4 edition of The poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins found in the catalog.
The poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins
Elsie Elizabeth Phare
|Statement||by Elsie Elizabeth Phare (Mrs. Austin Duncan Jones)|
|LC Classifications||PR4803.H44 Z75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 149,  p.|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||34001507|
Gerard Manley Hopkins is one of English poetry's most brilliant stylistic innovators, and one of the most distinguished poets of any age. However, during his lifetime he was known not as a poet but as a Jesuit priest, and his faith was essential to his work/5(). For Gerard Manley Hopkins, however, the divine calling came not in a dream in a stable but from an article in the Times of London—the first of many signs that the modern poet’s vision would be.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Gerard Manley Hopkins books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Gerard Manley Hopkins, (born J , Stratford, Essex, Eng.—died June 8, , Dublin), English poet and Jesuit priest, one of the most individual of Victorian work was not published in collected form until , but it influenced many leading 20th-century poets. Hopkins was the eldest of the nine children of Manley Hopkins, an Anglican, who had been British consul general.
Poems: Now First Published, Edited with Notes by Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate Gerard Manley Hopkins His sprung rhythm and intricate use of language and rhyme make Hopkins an early Modern poet ahead of his Victorian time. 50 Greatest Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in London in His father was a writer and poet who founded a Marine Insurance firm. After University he underwent a conversion to the Catholic Church which estranged him from his family and some Pages:
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Scholars and those who must provide the latest and most accurate versions should use The Poetical Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins (ed. Norman H. MacKenzie. Oxford: Clarendon P, ) until such time as the eighth and final volume of Hopkins’s Collected Works appears—this volume, edited by Catherine Phillips, will appear in the near future.
Gerard Manley Hopkins is considered to be one of the greatest poets of the Victorian era. However, because his style was so radically different from that of his contemporaries, his best poems were not accepted for publication during his lifetime, and his achievement was not fully recognized until after World War I.
Hopkins’s family encouraged his artistic talents when he was a youth in Essex. Relatively unknown in his own lifetime, Gerard Manley Hopkins is the now accredited as the author of some of the finest and most complex poems in the English language.
As a Victorian The poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins book, Roman Catholic convert, and Jesuit priest, Hopkins pioneered a revolutionary form of meter he termed "sprung rhythm" in his first major work, "The Wreck of Cited by: Gerard Manley Hopkins is perhaps best known for three poems, all dealing with nature and the reverence due to God for what he has created.
Not that one should expect less from a priest who renounced poetry (by burning almost all of his previous writings) when he entered the Society of Jesus and swore that he would never write again, unless his superiors agreed to by: Welcome to the Official Gerard Manley Hopkins Website.
Our purpose is to serve the needs of students, scholars, and Hopkins enthusiasts, especially those who for a long time have loved this poet and his works. This site will connect you with all sorts of needed information including 35 of Hopkins’s poems with study guides, biographical.
Gerard Manley Hopkins (), now known as one of the finest poets of the Victorian era, was also a Jesuit priest, and a convert to Catholicism from the Church of England. I first encountered him as an undergraduate English major, when. Gerard Manley Hopkins is a poet who was born in and died in Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in Stratford, then part of Essex on 28th July,to deeply religious parents - the first of nine children.
The family moved to Hampstead innear to where John Keats had lived 30 years before. Gerard Manley Hopkins: the poet priest who deserves a place in the gay canon Wrestling with his desires while committed to Jesuit celibacy left poetry as the only outlet for Hopkins’s sexuality.
Review of The Gospel in Gerard Manley Hopkins. The last two books Plough sent to me for review are collections of writings by two very unusual but passionate Catholics, the Jesuit poet Gerard Manley Hopkins (English, ) and the unsinkable Dorothy Day (American, ).
Gerard Manley Hopkins was an English poet, Roman Catholic convert, and Jesuit priest, whose 20th-century fame established him posthumously among the leading Victorian poets. His experimental explorations in prosody (especially sprung rhythm) and his use of imagery established him as a daring innovator in a period of largely traditional verse/5.
Pied Beauty by Gerard Manley Hopkins. Glory be to God for dappled things – Poetry book of the month: Citadel by Martha Sprackland. 09 May 5/5. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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Editor: Bridges, Robert, Title. About Gerard Manley Hopkins Gerard Hopkins was born inwent to Highgate School and won a scholarship to Balliol College Oxford where he took a double first in Classics. He then entered the Society of Jesus and, feeling that writing poetry was too self-indulgent for a Jesuit Priest, burnt his early poems.
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Poetry And Prose book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. By Gerard Manley Hopkins. Nothing is so beautiful as Spring – When weeds, in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush; Thrush’s eggs look little low heavens, and thrush. Through the echoing timber does so rinse and wring.
The ear, it strikes like lightnings to hear him sing; The glassy peartree leaves and blooms, they brush. Gerard Manley Hopkins is one of English poetry’s most brilliant stylistic innovators, and one of the most distinguished poets of any age.
However, during his lifetime he was known not as a poet but as a Jesuit priest, and his faith was essential to his work.
Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in to devout Anglican parents who fostered from an early age their eldest son’s commitment to religion and to the creative arts. His mother, quite well educated for a woman of her day, was an avid reader.
His father wrote and reviewed poetry and even authored a novel, though it was never published. Gerard Manley Hopkins • Ranked #99 in the top poets Virtually unknown in his lifetime, we have his poetry today only because it was collected and published by his friends after his death, painted with the obsessive ornateness and sentimentality of the Victorians, but also a startling musicality which was said to be ahead of its.
Closer to Dylan Thomas than Matthew Arnold in his ‘creative violence’ and insistence on the sound of poetry, Gerard Manley Hopkins was no staid, conventional Victorian. On entering the Society of Jesus and the age of twenty-four, he burnt all his poetry and ‘resolved to write no more, as not belonging to my profession, unless by the wish of my superiors.'Brand: Penguin Publishing Group.
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The Hopkins Festival Newbridge, a feast of Hopkins poetry, visual arts, lectures, music, fieldtrips and friendship.Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. was an English poet, Roman Catholic convert, and Jesuit priest, whose posthumous fame established him among the leading Victorian poets.
His experimental explorations in prosody and his use of imagery established him as a daring innovator in a period of largely traditional verse. Early life and family.Inthe centenary of his death, Gerard Manley Hopkins continues to provoke fundamental questions among scholars: what major poetic strategy informs his work and how did his reflections on the nature of poetry affect his writing?
While form meant a great deal to Hopkins, it was never mere form.