Hopkins (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets Series) - Hardcover
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|About the Author||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 faith was essential to his work. His writings combine an intense feeling for nature with an ecstatic awareness of its divine origins, most remarkably expressed in his magnificent and highly original 'sprung rhythm.'This collection contains not only all of Hopkins’ significant poetry, but also selections from his journals, sermons, and letters, all chosen for their spiritual guidance and insight. Hopkins didn't allow the publication of most of his poems during his lifetime, so his genius was not appreciated until after his death. Now, more than a hundred years later, his words are still a source of inspiration and sheer infectious joy in the radiance of God's creation.|
|Author 1||Gerard Manley Hopkins|
|Book Description||These Everyman's Library Pocket Poets hardcover editions are popular for their compact size and reasonable price which do not compromise content. Poems: Hopkins contains a full selection of Hopkins's work, including selected verse, prose, and letters, and an index of first lines.|
|Editorial Review||Abyss Ad Mariam Andromeda Binsey Poplars (felled 1879) The Blessed Virgin, Compared To The Air We Breathe Brothers The Bugler's First Communion The Caged Skylark The Candle Indoors Carrion Comfort Duns Scotus's Oxford Felix Randal God's Grandeur The Habit Of Perfection The Half-way House Harry Ploughman Heaven-haven; A Nun Takes The Veil Henry Purcell Hurrahing In Harvest The Immanent In The Valley Of The Elwy Inversnaid The Leaden Echo (maiden's Song From St. Winefred's Well) The Loss Of The Eurydice The May Magnificat Morning Midday And Evening Sacrifice My Own Heart Let Me More Have Pity On; Let Myself Unholy New Readings Nondum Patience, Hard Thing! The Hard Thing But To Pray Peace Penmaen Pool Pied Beauty Ribblesdale The Sea And The Skylark See How Spring Opens The Shepherd's Brow The Silver Jubilee The Soldier Sonnet Spelt From Sibyl's Leaves Spring Spring And Fall: To A Young Child The Starlight Night The Terrible Sonnets: 3 That Nature Is A Heraclitean Fire & Of The Comfort Of The Resurrection To R. B. To Seem The Stranger Lies My Lot, My Life To What Serves Mortal Beauty? Tom's Garland: Upon The Unemployed Where Art Thou Friend The Windhover: To Christ Our Lord The Wreck Of The Deutschland -- Table of Poems from|
|Number of Pages||256|