Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889) New Essays on His Life, Writing, and Place in English Literature
Eleven centenary essays contributed by members of the International Hopkins Association, all major Hopkins scholars.
"The book's very thorough index gives readers easy access to its information and ideas. This collection of 11 essays is a good start for the `Studies in British Literature' series. Recommended for undergraduate and research libraries." - Choice
". . . may well be one of the best collections of essays on Gerard Manley Hopkins . . . , essentially because its carefully selected authors have utilized and amplified the best of previous scholarly and critical considerations of Hopkins' writing, and because they have opened up new avenues of endeavor. . . . All aspects of his activities as scholar, poet (many difficult poems are re-examined), critic, teacher, and priest are aptly treated in this volume." - Ben L. Collins, in Scholarly Research and Review
". . . one of those gold mines of essay collections . . ." - Michael W. Myers, in Scholarly Research and Review
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