I'll know no more of you

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park sang joon

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Korean
The narrator recalls his adolescence.
He hit Uriah, an antagonist of the novel in the cheek with his open hand.

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'Copperfield,' he said at length, in a breathless voice, 'have you taken leave of your senses?'
'I have taken leave of you,' said I, wresting my hand away. 'You dog, I'll know no more of you.'
[David Copperfield by Charles Dickens]
I'd like to know what "I'll know no more of you" means.
Thank you in advance for your help.
 
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