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collected works of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Gerard Manley Hopkins

collected works of Gerard Manley Hopkins

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementgeneral editors, Lesley Higgins and Michael F. Suarez.
ContributionsHiggins, Lesley Hall., Suarez, Michael Felix.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR4803.H44 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationv. < 4 > ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17923074M
ISBN 100199285454
ISBN 109780199285457
LC Control Number2006014387

His teaching and research interests are Victorian literature and culture and Anglo-Phone Caribbean literature. Also included are notes from a commonplace book, a remarkable 'dialogue' about aesthetics featuring a fictionalized John Ruskin figureand the lecture notes Hopkins prepared in the winter of while teaching at John Henry Newman's Oratory School in Birmingham-writings in which he explores, for the first time, the theories of inscape and instress so central to his poetic practice. Whether evaluating Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, the role of 'neutral' England in the American civil war, or the comparative merits of classical sculpture, his first instinct was always to frame the difficult questions involved and work towards a 'counter' argument. But it will still be several years before all eight volumes are finally available: so enormous has this eminently worthy project proven. Kate — would go on to help Hopkins publish the first edition of his poetry.

Here he practised early attempts at asceticism. Lionel — became a world-famous expert on archaic and colloquial Chinese. The decision to convert estranged him from his family and from a number of his acquaintances. Hopkins never wrote to please his tutors or the university professors-he wrote vividly and searchingly in response to the challenges theypresented.

Most of his poetry remained unpublished until after his death. Whether evaluating Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, the role of 'neutral' England in the American civil war, or the comparative merits of classical sculpture, his first instinct was always to frame the difficult questions involved and work towards a 'counter' argument. Here he practised early attempts at asceticism. In FebruaryHopkins moved to Dublin from England to become a Professor of Classics at University College entrusted to the Jesuits in and a Fellow at the recently-established Royal University of Ireland, an examining institution. This, as well as his isolation in Ireland, deepened his gloom.


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Collected works of Gerard Manley Hopkins book

Many of these additional letters were long ago printed in various journals—notably The Hopkins Quarterly—as these scattered limbs of Osiris were discovered by Joseph Feeney, S.

This conflict between his religious obligations and his poetic talent caused him to feel that he had failed them both. Two years later, he moved to St Mary's Hall, Stonyhurstfor his philosophical studies, taking vows of poverty, chastity and obedience on 8 September But then, for this reviewer at least, all of the letters, every scrap, every footnote, is like one more message from a dear, long lost friend.

Like most nineteenth-century poets, Hopkins never published a theoretical account of his work and his thoughts on poetry, but what he had to say can be found in these letters, and their extensive use by critics and poets indicates their richness as a source of ideas on Hopkins's poetry and on poetry and poetics in general.

As a devout Jesuit, he found himself in an artistic dilemma. Here he is, in a letter to Bridges written in Novemberremembering a drunken organist when he was saying Mass at St.

In Octobernot long after he completed "The Sea and the Skylark" and only a month after he had been ordained as a priest, Hopkins took up his duties as sub-minister and teacher at Mount St Mary's College near Sheffield.

Suarez, S. Or beginning a letter and then using the paper on which the letter was begun to compose a few scraps of poetry. Beuno's College, Wales. After suffering ill health for several years and bouts of diarrhoeaHopkins died of typhoid fever in and was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery[17] following his funeral in Saint Francis Xavier Church on Gardiner Streetlocated in Georgian Dublin.

This particular volume of some pages has also been edited by Higgins, along with Michael F. Hopkins never wrote to please his tutors or the university professors-he wrote vividly and searchingly in response to the challenges they presented. View Table. He finished " The Windhover " only a few months before his ordination.

Also included are notes from a commonplace book, a remarkable 'dialogue' about aesthetics featuring a fictionalized John Ruskin figureand the lecture notes Hopkins prepared in the winter of while teaching at John Henry Newman's Oratory School in Birmingham-writings in which he explores, forthe first time, the theories of inscape and instress so central to his poetic practice.

It is set out in a single chronological sequence, placing all the replies and queries at their appropriate place within the correspondence, thus providing as far as can be achieved, a narrative sequence.

Greenas well as the ethical and spiritual anxieties he wrestled with while deciding to convert to Catholicism John Henry Newman received him into the Church in Then the letters taper off as he undergoes his training as a novice at Manresa House in Roehampton outside London, then—as he continues the Ratio studiorum—as a scholastic at St.

The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins: Volume VII: The Dublin Notebook

It reflects the exasperation of a faithful servant who feels he has been neglected, and is addressed to a divine person "Sir" capable of hearing the complaint, but seemingly unwilling to listen. His "terrible sonnets" struggle with problems of religious doubt.

The edition also includes new annotations, a glossary of saints, Church Fathers, and notable persons, Roman Catholic feast days, a biographical register, and a selected bibliography on key studies on Hopkins's sermons, religious writings, and spirituality.

The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins : Volume VII: The Dublin Notebook

This failure almost certainly meant that, although ordained inHopkins would not progress in the order. Other resources include a Biographical Register; documents related to Hopkins's academic appointments; sample examinations that he set for the Royal University; and edited versions of his study of Cicero's 'On Duty' and his biographical notice of Richard Watson Dixion, the Pre-Raphaelite poet.

Stephen's Green campus until 8 Junewhen he died of typhoid. Or the prank he pulled on an Irish friend who had tried to pull one over on him, and whom he warned he would return the favor.

Greenas well as the ethical and spiritual anxieties he wrestled with while deciding to convert to Catholicism John Henry Newman received him into the Church in Gerard Manley Hopkins, one of the great English poets, was also a masterful writer of prose.

This new volume features, for the first time, the complete set of essays. Dec 07,  · Buy The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins: Volume V: Sermons and Spiritual Writings by Jude V.

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