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Holloway, Marcella MarieCited by: 3. Prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Washington, Catholic Univ. of America Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Gerard Manley Hopkins; Gerard Manley Hopkins: Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcella Marie Holloway, Sister; Catholic University of America Press, Inc.

Gerard Manley Hopkins, (born JStratford, 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 untilbut it influenced many leading 20th-century poets.

Hopkins was the prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins book of the nine children of Manley Hopkins, an Anglican, who had been British. The Gospel in Gerard Manley Hopkins: Selections from His Poems, Letters, Journals, and Spiritual Writings (The Gospel in Great Writers) Gerard Manley Hopkins out of 5 stars /5(23).

Sister Marcella Holloway's doctoral thesis (The Prosodic Theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins [Washington D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, ]), which Ghiselin cites in his essay (p.

), is a notable exception: in fact, she lays the groundwork for much of his argument. Read this book on Questia. The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins - 4th Edition by Gerard Manley Hopkins, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins ().

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Gerard Manley Hopkins’s most popular book is Poems and Prose. Gerard Manley Hopkins: the poet priest who deserves a place in the gay canon Wrestling with his desires while committed to Jesuit celibacy left poetry as the only outlet for Hopkins’s sexuality.

Dante, Gerard Manley Hopkins, even Shakespeare knew about the midlife crisis. They just didn't have the motorbike to prove it. Published: 2 Jul What the. 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. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Hopkins the Poet, Hopkins the Jesuit.

The major, the finest, poets of Victorian England were Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, Matthew Arnold, and Gerard Manley Hopkins. Yet Hopkins was almost unknown until when his book Poems was first published, as edited by his friend Robert Bridges.

If Hopkins had been less scrupulous a scholar with less respect for inherited verse forms and metres he may have made little attempt to offer a theory of sprung rhythm in received prosodic terms. His poetry, in that case, might have been lost, for the loyal but struggling Bridges needed Hopkins's explanations to engage his full attention and Author: Pamela Coren.

In 5th c. BC in Italy, many found Parmenides' concept of being new, outrageous and shocking, unbelievable even, because people had thought only of physical phenomena, physics. Gerard Manley Hopkins was so impressed with his theory that he dremained close to it throughout his life.

I want to give my speech in two parts. 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.

Gerard Manley Hopkins [Hopkins, Gerard Manley] A complete collection of the poems and poetic fragments of the great English language stylist and Jesuit.

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Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Gerard Manley Hopkins was a 19th-century poet and also a Jesuit priest.

Since he was a Jesuit, his poetry is mainly religious in. Gerard Manley Hopkins was a brilliant Christian poet. He produced a small number of finely crafted and moving poems in his lifetime but, for religious reasons, made little effort to. 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.

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The term derived from an ancient Greek word that originally meant a song accompanied by music or the particular tone or accent given to an individual syllable.

Greek and Latin literary critics generally regarded prosody as part of. Gerard Manley Hopkins was the "the eldest of nine children in the High Anglican, artistically minded horne of Kate and Manley Hopkins." says the "The Oxford Companion to English Literature" Yet, it mentioned in the "Dictionary of Literary Biography • Volume Fifty-seven Victorian Prose Writers After " that "He was the eldest of their eight.

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: The Gospel in Gerard Manley Hopkins: Selections from His Poems, Letters, Journals, and Spiritual Writings (The Gospel in Great Writers) Apr by Gerard Manley Hopkins, Margaret R.

Ellsberg, Dana Gioia. His Christian Year (), probably the most widely read book of poetry in the nineteenth century, turns to Romantic nature unproblematically as the `book of nature,' an idea implicit in St Augustine and familiar to medieval philosophers and theologians.

In this view the world is a forest of symbols and signs pointing to God by means of analogy.

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Hopkins Quarterly,published by agreement of the editors in conjunction with Victorian Poetry, 49, no.2, as sharing the common theme, "Prosody." Meredith Martin Princeton University It is impossible to tell the story of twentieth- and twenty-first cen- tury prosodic criticism without mentioning the priest, poet, and prosodist Gerard Manley Hopkins.

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"Spring" follows the form of an Italian Sonnet. It has fourteen lines and uses the rhyme scheme ABBAABBA CDCDCD. Generally, sonnets are written in a single stanza. About Gerard Manley Hopkins Gerard Hopkins was born inwent 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. Book Description. Gerard Manley Hopkins was among the most innovative writers of the Victorian period.

Experimental and idiosyncratic, his work remains important for any student of nineteenth-century literature and culture. This guide to Hopkins’ life and work offers: a detailed account of Hopkins life and creative development. An insightful and inspirational biography of the heroic and spiritual poet.

Gerard Manley Hopkins (?) may well have been the most original and innovative poet writing in the English language during the nineteenth century.

Yet his story of personal struggle, doubt, intense introspection, and inward heroism has never been told fully. As a Jesuit priest, Hopkins?s .Sprung rhythm is a complex poetic metre invented and used by Gerard Manley Hopkins.

We re-examine and amplify a seminal analysis of this metre by Kiparsky ().His work offers Hopkins scholars and readers, who have long relied on Mariani’s Commentary on the Complete Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins (), a full version of the poet-priest’s adult life.