Gerard Manley Hopkins


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Noun1.Gerard Manley Hopkins - English poet (1844-1889)
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To wreak and to wreck differ again from to "reck", a word I frequently come across in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins.
The poets are William Blake, Alfred Tennyson, Christina Rossetti, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and T.
A TS Eliot B Rudyard Kipling C Gerard Manley Hopkins D WB Yeats 8.
Gardner, Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889): A Study of Poetic Idiosyncrasy in Relation to Poetic Tradition (London: Oxford Univ.
When the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote, 'O the mind, mind has mountains; cliffs of fall, frightful, sheer, no-man-fathomed', he was acknowledging how fearfully depressing the issue of the human condition has been for virtually all humans, and why, therefore, our condition has never been truthfully 'fathomed'--'truthfully' because innumerable explanations have been put forward for the human condition, but none have genuinely confronted and, by so doing, solved the human condition.
El Ceno Radiante, Vida y Poesia de Gerard Manley Hopkins
A Gerard Manley Hopkins B William Barnes C Thomas Lovell Beddoes D Henry Newbolt All puzzles in this supplement are supplied by Sirius Media Services.
Craig Dworkin's Alkali feels like the bastard child of Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Victorian geologist Charles Lyell, Darwin's friend, by way of Utah's Great Basin.
As a 19th century poet Gerard Manley Hopkins never really set my heart racing but his namesake, a progressive son of Dubawi, has me singing off his hymnsheet in today's annual Doncaster showdown.
I notice that in her article on Gerard Manley Hopkins (October 2014), Mary Hansen wrote Westminster Cathedral when she meant Westminster Abbey.
As informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking, Sire writes with a true eloquence and a genuine engagement in the form of six 'arguments' drawn from a variety of sources ranging from Rene Descartes, Stanislaw Lem, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Virginia Woolf, Francisco Goya, literary theory, Jesus, and Jehovah.
Ignatius Burrill, introduced us to the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins.