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Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author Code: EGMH

Born: Jul. 28, 1844 - Stratford, Essex, England

Died: Jun. 8, 1889 - Dublin, Ireland

The son of an accomplished poet, Hopkins was greatly influenced by his father's work. He was educated at Highgate School and Balliol College, Oxford where he studied classics. While at Oxford he became lifelong friends with Walter Pater and the future poet laureate Robert Bridges. Bridges would later edit and publish Hopkins' poems posthumously. In 1866, Hopkins converted to Catholicism and in 1868 gave up poetry and began studying for the priesthood, taking vows in 1870. He was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1877. Thereafter, he taught at Mount St. Mary's College in Chesterfield. In 1878, he moved to London and became a curate at a Jesuit church there. Over the next few years, he held positions in Oxford, Manchester, Glasgow and Liverpool. He was the appointed to the chair in Greek and Latin at University College Dublin in 1884. His health began to deteriorate while in Ireland and he succumbed to typhoid fever in 1889. Today, Hopkins is considered one of the most important poets of the Victorian era. It was only in 1918 that his poems were published, collected and edited by his friend Robert Bridges.

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EGMH001 Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins
  Andromeda
  As Kingfishers Catch Fire
  Ash-boughs
  At the Wedding March
  Binsey Poplars
  The Blessed Virgin Compared to the Air We Breathe
  Brothers
  The Bugler's First Communion
  Caged Skylark
  The Candle Indoors
  Carrion Comfort
  Cheery Beggar
  The Child Is Father to the Man
  Denis, Whose Motionable, Alert, Most Vaulting Wit
  Duns Scotus's Oxford
  Epithalamion
  Felix Randal
  For a Picture of St. Dorothea
  The Furl of Fresh-leaved Dogrose Down
  God's Grandeur
  The Habit of Perfection
  The Handsome Heart
  Harry Ploughman
  Heaven-Haven
  Henry Purcell
  To His Watch
  Hope Holds to Christ...
  Hurrahing in Harvest
  I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark
  In Honour of St. Alphonsus Rodriguez
  In the Valley of the Elwy
  Inversnaid
  Justus Quidem Tu Es, Domine, Si Disputem Tecum: Verumtamen Justa Loquar Ad Te: Quare via Impiorum Prosperatur? &c.
  The Lantern out of Doors
  The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo
  The Loss of the Eurydice
  The May Magnificat
  Moonrise
  Morning Midday and Evening Sacrifice
  My Own Heart Let Me Have More Pity On
  No Worst, There Is None
  On a Piece of Music
  On the Portrait of Two Beautiful Young People
  Patience, Hard Thing!
  Peace
  Penmaen Pool
  Pied Beauty
  To R. B.
  Repeat That
  Ribblesdale
  The Sea and the Skylark
  The Sea Took Pity
  The Shepherd's Brow...
  The Silver Jubilee
  The Soldier
  Spelt from Sibyl's Leaves
  Spring
  Spring and Fall
  St. Winefred's Well
  The Starlight Night
  Strike, Churl
  Summa
  That Nature Is a Heraclitean Fire and of the Comfort of the Resurrection
  The Times Are Nightfall...
  To Seem the Stranger
  To What Serves Mortal Beauty?
  Tom's Garland
  What Being in Rank-old Nature...
  What Shall I Do for the Land That Bred Me
  The Windhover
  The Woodlark
  The Wreck of the Deutschland
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