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Gerard Manley Hopkins, 1889-1989.

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      • Cover title.Special issue of Renascence, volume XLII, numbers 1-2, Fall 1989/Winter 1990.Includes bibliographical references.

        StatementMarquette University Press
        PublishersMarquette University Press
        LC Classifications1989
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 123 p. :
        Number of Pages92
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

        nodata File Size: 9MB.

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" On 18 January 1866, Hopkins composed his most ascetic poem, The Habit of Perfection. He was wrong about that. Hold them cheap May who ne'er hung there. The poems that elicit homoerotic readings can be read not merely as exercises 1889-1989. sublimation but as powerful renditions of religious conviction, a conviction that caused strain in his family and even led him to burn some poems that he felt were unnecessarily self-centred.

public domain audiobook at : solo recordings of his collected poems• Worth reading for the last four words alone. He continued to write a detailed prose journal in 1868—1875. Audio book, CD,2003.

Gerard Manley Hopkins, SJ (1844—1889)

Robert Bridges, who edited the first edition of Dolben's poems as well as Hopkins's, cautioned that the second poem "must never be printed," though Bridges himself included it in the Gerard Manley Hopkins edition 1918. He began his time in Oxford as a keen socialite and prolific poet, but seems to have alarmed himself with resulting changes in his behaviour.

It also has a helpful introduction and detailed notes on the poems. When he died of typhoid in 1889, aged just 44, virtually none of his poetry had been published. Blue Jacket Books 30 South Detroit St. Some critics have argued that homoerotic readings are either highly tendentious, or that they can be classified under the broader category of "", over the gender, sexual-specific "homosexual" term.

] Pure fasted faces draw unto this feast: God comes all sweetness to your Lenten lips. Wilde was by contrast large, debauched and flippant, dazzling the smartest salons and heading 1889-1989. a terrible fall. But ah, but O thou terrible, why wouldst thou rude on me Thy wring-world right foot rock? That they nearly rubbed pages in a Jesuit journal was probably as close as they were ever Gerard Manley Hopkins to come.

It had a marked influence on such leading 20th-century poets as,and. We instress the inscape of a tulip, Hopkins would say, when we appreciate the particular delicacy of its petals, when we are enraptured by its specific, inimitable shade of pink.The Catholic University of America Press•