The Gospel In Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Gerard Manley Hopkins
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Seamlessly weaving together selections from Hopkins's poems, letters, journals, and sermons, Peggy Ellsberg lets the poet tell the story of a life-long struggle with faith that gave birth to some of the best poetry of all time.

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An evocative collection of poetry by the Jesuit priest and critically acclaimed poet is accompanied by a selection of spiritual writings from Hopkins's journals, sermons, and letters. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Gerard Manley Hopkins And The Poetry Of Religious Experience

Author: Martin Dubois
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The Gospel is eminently the property of the people.'47 The poetry written when
Hopkins was directly under Liddon's influence, before his conversion to Rome,
and at a time when he sought in Liddon's mode of belief 'an intellectual haven
from the threatening liberalism at Oxford', does not risk anything like the startling
juxtaposition of biblical and colloquial idioms seen at the end of 'That Nature is a
Heraclitean Fire'.48 It is only later that biblical language is brought into contact
with ...

The Contemplative Poetry Of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Maria R. Lichtmann
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When Hopkins speaks of “realising . . . his ignorance” that he may “reach the
reality of the facts,” he is echoing Newman, who said in the Grammar that the
purpose of meditation on the Gospelsis to realize them; to make the facts which
they relate stand out before our minds as objects.” Finally, when Hopkins speaks
of memory as the faculty of simple apprehension toward present things and
toward the concrete, he is using but modifying the language of the Grammar.
Newman had ...

Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Robert Bernard Martin
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is probably this whole-heartedness of response that makes his poetry so
attractive to readers. This is a highly autobiographical poem, and Hopkins once
attempted to justify it to Bridges, who did not like it, with that feeblest of critical
statements, that it had actually happened to him: 'I may add for your greater
interest and edification that what refers to myself in the poem is all strictly and
literally true and did all occur; nothing is added for ... the voel, a vein Of the
gospel proffer.

Gerard Manley Hopkins And Tractarian Poetry

Author: Margaret Johnson
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more personal and more widely ranging than Dolben's para: an unfair
comparison in many ways, given the inequities of comparing an ode with a lyric;
but even beside only the first part of The Wreck of the DeutschlandDolben's poem
seems bloodless and superficial. Hopkins is not 'Another captive free' but a
willing participant in the perpetual pain and restriction which revelation brings
with it in the images of 'lightning and lashed rod.' Hopkins in The Wreck of the
Deutschlandis not ...

Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Angus Easson
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... is James Finn Cotter's Inscape: The Christology and Poetry of Gerard Manley
Hopkins (1972). A close examination of Hopkins's theological development in
relation to the Christ of the gospel, in the Church Fathers, and in Scotus, leads
into a detailed reading of the poetry. Cotter, as other studies do, seizes on
Hopkins's undergraduate interest in the early Greek philosopher, Parmenides (
Barnes 1987:40, 129–42), and sees his influence in Hopkins's evolution of the
idea of 'inscape', ...

Selected Poems Of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Gerard Manley Hopkins
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Gerard Manley Hopkins Bob Blaisdell. 9 The Wreck of the ... 3 The frown of his
face Before me, the hurtle of hell Behind, where, where was a, where was a place
? I whirled out ... 46Father Bliss tells me that the Voel is a mountain not far from St
. Beuno's College in N. Wales, where the poem was written: and Dr. Henry
Bradley that moel is primarily an adj. meaning bald: it becomes a fem. subst.
meaning bare hill, and preceded by the article y becomes voel, in modern Welsh
spelt foel.

Gerard Manley Hopkinsa Critical Study

Author: S.K. Swarnkar
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by telling Bridges: "Nothing comes: I am a eunuch — but it is for the kingdom of
heaven's sake."48 In his last poems, Hopkins introduces another important
element which is human suffering. After his experience with his parishioners, he
began to think of the welfare of the working class. Following the gospels of the
New Testament, he wrote poetry on working men like Tom, Harry and Felix.
Naturally, his poetry in his last phase of life is tragic. His view of nature too
changes. Nature, no ...

The Poverty Of Radical Orthodoxy

Author: Lisa Isherwood
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love and glory, not sin and hoMo sacer Preach the Gospel at all times and when
necessary use words. St. Francis The move away from nominalism diminishes
the status of personhood. The nominalism upheld by the franciscan philosophers
and the followers of Scotus is precisely what safeguards the irreducibility of the
person. Gerard Manley Hopkins best expressed this view in his poem “As
Kingfisher's Catch fire” where he writes, “for Christ plays in ten thousand places /
Lovely in ...