Would she not almost be ready, in such an hour, to die as porphyria died?
Was called "porphyria's Lover" in the Works, 1863 and after.
But the two which are much the most noteworthy are "Johannes Agricola" and "porphyria."
Pauline, of course, exists only as an abstraction, and porphyria is in no exact sense a portrait from the life.
This species differs from A. porphyria in ring not being brown or brownish.
porphyria por·phyr·i·a (pôr-fēr'ē-ə)
Any of several disorders of porphyrin metabolism, usually hereditary, characterized by large amounts of porphyrins in the blood and urine.