2 edition of Poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins found in the catalog.
Poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Gerard Manley Hopkins
|Statement||selected and edited by Norman H. MacKenzie.|
|Contributions||MacKenzie, Norman H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
A collection of the best-known poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins (). One of the Victorian era's greatest writers, Hopkins' reputation has continued to grow since his death. Our Great Poets series, launched in , has proven very popular, offering many of the best-loved poems by popular poets, well read by leading actors. The "Penguin Classics" edition of Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Poems and Prose" is selected and edited with an introduction by W.H. Gardner. 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.
About Gerard Manley Hopkins Gerard Hopkins was born in , went 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. About Gerard Manley Hopkins. 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 More about Gerard Manley Hopkins.
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 and Prose (Penguin Classics) by Gerard Manley Hopkins and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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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.
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 poet, 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 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. Penguin Classics' "Poems and Prose" of Gerard Manley Hopkins is an excellent collection of the writer's work.
Hopkins' poems are definitely not easy to read or necessarily to understand, as they can often be full of references to things a modern audience may no longer be familiar by: 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.
Hopkins died inhaving seen none of his own verse in print except a few early poems, three comic triolets, and Latin versions of an epigram by Dryden and two songs by Shakespeare. Yet although his finest poetry was to remain almost unknown untilthe light of. Editions for The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Nook published in ), Cited by: Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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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 /5(3). 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. Welcome to the Official Gerard Manley Hopkins Website. Our purpose is to serve the needs of students, scholars, and Hopkins enthusiasts. This site will connect you with all sorts of needed information including 35 of Hopkins’s poems with study guides, biographical information about the poet, news about conferences and books, and a wealth.
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THE POEMS OF GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS. Fourth Edition based on the First Edition of and enlarged to incorporate all known poems and fragments. Edited by W. Gardner and N. Mackenzie. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Cited by: Gerard manley Hopkins () who was known during his lifetime not as a poet but as a Jesuit priest, combined an intense feeling for nature with an ecstatic awareness of its divine origins.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(39). 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.
At age 10 the young Gerard was sent to school in nearby Highgate and afterwards to Balliol College, Oxford. Besides the dazzling original poetry for which he's celebrated, Gerard Manley Hopkins produced a small number of translations from the Greek and Author: Carol Rumens.The Loss Of The Eurydice poem by Gerard Manley Eurydiceit concerned thee O Lord Three hundred souls O alas on board Some asleep unawakened all un.