Gerard Manley Hopkins


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English poet (1844-1889)

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The Jesuit poet-priest Gerard Manley Hopkins in his 1880 lyric 'Spring and Fall,'" says Jeffrey B.
Thus it is surprising that the society and journal dedicated to the reading and celebration of Gerard Manley Hopkins is in its twenty-eighth year.
A similar emphasis on Hopkins and nature characterizes "Toothpowder and Breadcrumbs: Gerard Manley Hopkins in the Alps," chapter 5 (pp.
14) Catherine Phillips, Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Victorian Visual World (Oxford: Oxford Univ.
2) Gerard Manley Hopkins, The Journals and Papers of Gerard Manley Hopkins, ed.
JOHN'S PARISH CHURCH, HAMPSTEAD, LONDON, JUNE 28, 1970, ON THE 126TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS
When a man asked the English Jesuit poet Gerard Manley Hopkins what he must do in order to believe, Hopkins replied, "Give alms.
Gerard Manley Hopkins Hall, built in 1999, is bounded by Salisbury Street and Shaw Street on the north of New Islington.
On the register of esteemed teachers and old boys, including poet Gerard Manley Hopkins, writer Jimmy McGovern and actor John Gregson, is one Geoffrey Quinn, at the school during the 1930s, who went on to make his name and his fortune.
Twenty-first-century criticism has located in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins a concern with universal dissolution.
They briefly but expertly weave together stories that explore the background of the prayer of Jabez, the De profundis of Psalm 130, the Salat, the Jesus Prayer and the Dhikr used in Islam; of works such as The Cloud of Unknowing, Defoe's Robinson Crusoe and Millet's "Angelus"; and of figures such as Thomas Aquinas, Samuel Johnson, Alcoholics Anonymous' Bill Wilson, Salvador Dali, Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Ramana Maharshi, Matsuo Basho, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Sts.
MICHAEL'S PARISH CHURCH, HIGHGATE, LONDON ON TRINITY SUNDAY, JUNE 6,1971 ON THE 127TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS
Poet Gerard Manley Hopkins was on the staff of SFX in 1880 and 1881, but apparently found Liverpool ``squalid'' and its inhabitants ``repulsive.
Poets as diverse as Gerard Manley Hopkins, Derek Walcott, June Jordan, and Francisco S.