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INTRODUCTION AND EARLY POEMS
THE WRECK OF THE DEUTSCHLAND
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Alexander Baillie Alphonsus Rodriguez Beuno's Buckle C. C. Abbott Carrion Comfort Christ commentary contains Coventry Patmore dappled desolate despair Deutschland distinctive Duns Scotus Duns Scotus's Oxford English Eurydice F. R. Leavis feelings Felix Randal final two lines GERARD HOPKINS GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS gives God's mastery Graham Storey heart Henry Purcell Hopkins wrote Hopkins's I. A. Richards innovations inscape instress jading and jar Jesuit Journals and Papers kestrel's language letter to Dixon letters to Bridges Lord lovely mature poems meaning meditation Mortal Beauty nature nun's cry octet Papers of Gerard Patmore poem's POEMS OF GERARD poetic silence poetry prayer priest and poet prosody R. W. Dixon readers repr Robert Bridges selfhood sense sestet shipwreck Spelt from Sybil's Spiritual Exercises sprung rhythm stanza Stonyhurst stresses Sybil's Leaves terrible sonnets Thou told Bridges undergraduate verse W. H. Gardner words Wreck written in blood wrote to Bridges