Gerard Manley Hopkins: Poems


  1. ^ a b c d e Gardner, W. H. (1963) Gerard Manley Hopkins: Poems and Prose Penguin pxvi
  2. ^ Norman White, "Hopkins, Gerard Manley (1844–1889)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press.
  3. ^ a b c d e f Poetry Foundation Biography accessed 2010-03-18
  4. ^ a b c Eleanor Ruggles (1944) Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Life. Norton.
  5. ^ a b Gardner, W. H. (1963) Gerard Manly Hopkins: Poems and Prose Penguin pxvii
  6. ^ a b c Gardner, W. H. (1963) Gerard Manly Hopkins: Poems and Prose Penguin pxviii
  7. ^ Monsman, Gerald, 'Pater, Hopkins and the self', Victorian Notes, 1974
  8. ^ a b P. Kitchen, Gerard Manley Hopkins, London, 1978
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  10. ^ Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Brief Biography Glenn Everett, Ph. D.
  11. ^ New English key notes 2013 Mentor books Dublin
  12. ^ Gardner, W. H. (1963) Gerard Manly Hopkins: Poems and Prose Penguin pxxvii
  13. ^ "Pied Beauty" at the Poetry Foundation
  14. ^ Nils Langer, Winifred V. Davies. Linguistic purism in the Germanic languages. Walter de Gruyter, 2005. p.328
  15. ^ Brook, George Leslie (1955). An Introduction to Old English, page 1. Manchester University Press.
  16. ^The Windhover
  17. ^ Timothy d'Arch Smith. Love in Earnest, p. 188)
  18. ^ Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Very Private Life, p. 80; see also Norman White, Hopkins: A Literary Biography, p. 110)
  19. ^ Robert Bernard Martin, "Digby Augustus Stewart Dolben," DNB)
  20. ^ Joseph Cady English Literature: Nineteenth Century
  21. ^ Kaylor, Michael M. Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians: Hopkins, Pater and Wilde. Brno, CZ: Masaryk University Press, 2006. p.401
  22. ^ Notes #72. Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins; now first published, edited with notes by Robert Bridges. London: Humphrey Milford, 1918.
  23. ^ The Bugler's First Communion, Kaylor, Secreted Desires. pp 182–93
  24. ^ Epithalamion in Kaylor Secreted Desires, pp 161–205
  25. ^ Victorian Poetry 40.2 (2002), pp 157–87
  26. ^ Audio book, CD, ISBN 0-9548188-0-6, 2003. 27 poems, including The Wreck Of The Deutschland, God's Grandeur, The Windhover, Pied Beauty and Binsley Poplars, and the 'Terrible Sonnets'.

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