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Author White, Norman, 1937-
Title Hopkins : a literary biography / Norman White.
Imprint Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1992.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PR4803.H44 Z924 1992    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PR4803.H44 Z924 1992    AVAILABLE  
Author White, Norman, 1937-
Subject Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889.
Jesuits -- England -- Biography.
Christian poetry, English -- Catholic authors -- History and criticism.
Poets, English -- 19th century -- Biography.
Description xviii, 531 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [511]-522) and index.
ISBN 0198120990 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 24106110
Table of Contents
 List of Illustrations 
 Chronological Table I: Life 
 Chronological Table II: Major Poems 
Pt. IThe Boy, 1844-1863 
 1Kate Smith and Manley Hopkins3
 2Stratford10
 3Hampstead14
 4Highgate24
Pt. IIThe Student, 1863-1868 
 5Balliol College39
 6Freshman Allegiances51
 7Vital Truths of Nature: Hopkins and Ruskin68
 8Useful Information80
 9Studies91
 10Dolben106
 11Religion122
 12Perversion and Estrangement134
 13Decision: Bovey Tracey and Birmingham147
 14Swiss Swan-Song162
Pt. IIIThe Jesuit, 1868-1874 
 15Novitiate: Roehampton, 1868-1870171
 16Philosophate: St Mary's Hall, 1870-1873188
 17Seascapes: The Isle of Man203
 18Teaching: London and Devon, 1873-1874215
Pt. IVThe Poet, 1874-1877 
 19St Beuno's231
 20Welsh and Wells241
 21'The Wreck of the Deutschland'250
 22'Light, amid the encircling gloom'261
 23'In my salad days, in my Welsh days'277
Pt. VFortune's Football, 1877-1884 
 24'Cobweb, soapsud, and frost-feather permanence': Mount St Mary's, Stonyhurst, Farm Street, Oxford, 1877-1879293
 25'So fagged, so harried and gallied up and down': Bedford Leigh, Liverpool, Glasgow, 1879-1881315
 26'Surely one vocation cannot destroy another?': Roehampton Tertianship and Stonyhurst, 1881-1883330
 27'Careful and subtle fault-finding': Patmore and Hopkins344
Pt. VIThe Stranger, 1884-1889 
 28An Irish Row357
 29'Dapple at end'378
 30'Dark not day'398
 31Sanctuaries410
 32'What shall I do for the land that bred me?'429
 33'I wish then for death'444
 Post Mortem458
 Abbreviations used in the Notes467
 Notes469
 Select Bibliography511
 Index523


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