|Atom, 82:in another aspect of divinity. Browning, in "Paracelsus," covers the subject that we have beenBethlehem, 40:should be saved by them and joined with them." - Paracelsus, by Robert Browning. Man the humanBethlehem, 146:entry for a light Supposed to be without." - Paracelsus, by Robert Browning, Oxford Edition, p.Fire, 653:Serene amid the half formed creatures round. - Paracelsus by Robert Browning. 13 Man is an animal,Intellect, 58:anew a tendency to God," - Browning, Robert, Paracelsus. and he is driven by a divine unrestIntellect, 83:Supposed to be without." - Browning, Robert, Paracelsus. The whole object of the science ofSoul, 154:creatures round."  - Browning, Robert, Paracelsus.