Definition of Gerard Manley Hopkins
1. Noun. English poet (1844-1889).
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1. The Bond with the Beloved: The Mystical Relationship of the Lover and the by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (1993)
"Gerard Manley Hopkins, "I wake and feel the fell of dark not day." 11. 6-8, The Poems and Prose of Gerard Manley Hopkins. 2. Tweedie, p. 404. 3. ..."
2. A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780-1900) by George Saintsbury (1906)
"The remarkable talents of Mr. Gerard Manley Hopkins, which could never be mistaken by any one who knew him, and of which some memorials remain in verse, ..."
3. The Catholic Spirit in Modern English Literature by George Nauman Shuster (1922)
"1 II Of Gerard Manley Hopkins, poetically tongue-tied and chosen for suffering, the world has heard but little and that is strangely perverse. ..."