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prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Holloway, Marcella Marie Sister

prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins.

by Holloway, Marcella Marie Sister

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Published by Catholic Univ. of America Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hopkins, Gerard Manley, -- 1844-1889,
  • Versification

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 112-117.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p.
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17843962M
    LC Control Number48007100

    Gerard Manley Hopkins () is now recognized as a major poet of striking originality and is widely admired for his particularly vivid expression of feeling. Selected Poetry - Gerard Manley Hopkins - Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try?k=gerard+manley+hopkins.

    Brand new Book. The arresting poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins arises from philosophical engagement with the Trinity, the Incarnation, and other mysteries of Christian revelation. No previous study has explored his poetry in the light of his philosophical theology. Hopkins's thoughts on justice and language challenge today's inhuman literary   Relatively unknown in his own lifetime, Gerard Manley Hopkins is the now accredited as the author of some of the finest and most complex poems in the English language. As a Victorian poet, Roman Catholic convert, and Jesuit priest, Hopkins pioneered a revolutionary form of meter he termed “sprung rhythm” in his first major work, “The  › Books › Literature & Fiction › Poetry.

    World As Word: Philosophical Theology in Gerard Manley Hopkins, Hardcover by Ward, Bernadette Waterman, ISBN X, ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping in the US. The arresting poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins arises from philosophical engagement with the Trinity, the Incarnation, and other mysteries of Christian ://   of Gerard Manley Hopkins (), that first took up ists between the prosodic and theological connotations of "instress," "inscape," "pitch," and "stem."2 The work of this dissertation will, to some extent they are illustrative of Hopkins' theory of instress. ://?article=&context=luc_diss.


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Prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins by Holloway, Marcella Marie Sister Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins. [Marcella Marie Holloway, Sister; Catholic University of America Press, Inc.,] Prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Washington, Catholic Univ. of America Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Gerard Manley Hopkins; Gerard Manley Hopkins: Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcella Marie Holloway, Sister; Catholic University of America Press, Inc,   The Prosodic Theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins [Marcella Marie Holloway] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Holloway, Marcella Marie 「The prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。 近くの図書館から探してみよう カーリルは全国の図書館から本を検索できるサービスです This theory depends on the substitution of natural speech-stress for conventional syllabic accentuation as the basis of prosody.

The main principle of 'sprung rhythm', thus outlined, is theoretically quite sound; but in practice Hopkins' recognition of speech-stress was too arbitrary to be considered a valid prosodic Hopkins Quarterly,published by agreement of the editors in conjunction with Victorian Poetry, 49, no.2, as sharing the common theme, "Prosody." Meredith Martin Princeton University It is impossible to prosodic theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins.

book the story of twentieth- and twenty-first cen- tury prosodic criticism without mentioning the priest, poet, and prosodist Gerard Manley Hopkins. Is there a history of nineteenth or The Prosodic Theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins. William F. Gleeson - - Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 23 (2) Gerard Manley Hopkins and Stratford, ://   Gerard Manley Hopkins’ sprung rhythm: corpus study and stochastic grammar* Bruce Hayes University of California, Los Angeles Claire Moore-Cantwell University of Massachusetts, Amherst Sprung rhythm is a complex poetic metre invented and used by Gerard Manley Hopkins.

We re-examine and amplify a seminal analysis of this metre by Kiparsky ()   Gerard Manley Hopkins_英语学习_外语学习_教育专区 人阅读|36次下载 Gerard Manley Hopkins_英语学习_外语学习_教育专区。是一首很美的诗,对于孩子面对青春期的困惑,作者用“SPRING”“FALL”来描述孩子的内心。 › 百度文库 › 语言/资格考试. Dazzling in its prosodic innovations, such as the 'sprung rhythm' he pioneered, and wide-ranging in its complexity and metaphysical interest.

The Penguin Classics edition of Gerard Manley Hopkins's Poems and Prose is selected and edited with an introduction by W.H. Gardner. Closer to Dylan Thomas than Matthew Arnold in his 'creative violence' and insistence on the sound of poetry, Gerard  › Poetry, Drama & Criticism › Poetry › By Period.

Sister Marcella Holloway's doctoral thesis (The Prosodic Theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins [Washington D.C.: Catholic Univ.

of America Press, ]), which Ghiselin cites in his essay (p. ), is a notable exception: in fact, she lays the groundwork for much of his ://+the+subject+of+Hopkins'+prosody.-a   As Paul Mariani points out in “Gerard Manley Hopkins,” his generous new biography, the “unpromising beginnings” of Hopkins’s prosodic revolution were in a Jesuit classroom in London   Gerard Manley Hopkins, English poet and Jesuit priest, one of the most individual of Victorian writers.

His work was not published in collected form untilbut it influenced many leading 20th-century poets. Hopkins was the eldest of the nine children of Manley Hopkins, an Anglican, who had Renowned Hopkins expert Joseph J.

Feeney, SJ, offers a fresh take on Gerard Manley Hopkins which shakes our understanding of his poetry and his life and points towards the next phase in Hopkins affirming the received view of Hopkins as a major poet of nature, religion, and psychology, Feeney finds a pervasive, rarely noticed playfulness by employing both the theory of play and   I had heard his name years ago, Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J., a Jesuit priest.

His psychology, his spirituality, kin to a gnarled Olive Tree, one from the Garden of   prosodists Robert Bridges, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Coventry Patmore.

Martin argues that meter mattered in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century England, and in ways that were strategically obscured (and then simply forgotten) by later polemicists and :// Before ‎The life and work of Gerard Manley Hopkins resist easy classification.

In terms of biography, the "Tractarian Hopkins" was a wilful undergraduate at Balliol College, Oxford who drank at the well of ritualism on his way to converting to Roman Catholicism.

While the young Hopkins did describe himself If Hopkins had been less scrupulous a scholar with less respect for inherited verse forms and metres he may have made little attempt to offer a theory of sprung rhythm in received prosodic terms.

His poetry, in that case, might have been lost, for the loyal but struggling Bridges needed Hopkins's explanations to engage his full attention and Sprung rhythm is a complex poetic metre invented and used by Gerard Manley Hopkins.

We re-examine and amplify a seminal analysis of this metre by Kiparsky ().'_sprung. The Prosodic Theory of Gerard Manley Hopkins. William F. Gleeson - - Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 23 (2) Hopkins, Gerard, Manley and Dunsscotus, John. Thomas - - Religious Studies 24 (3).

Find books like The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Poems of Gerard Manley Martin Dubois’ brilliantly simple project in Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Poetry of Religious Experience is to restore this recognition of the essential variety or ‘mixed insight’ (p.

) of Hopkins’ thought to our understanding of his theological and spiritual awareness. Recent scholarship, Dubois observes, has   Hopkins, Gerard Manley.

Poems Verse > Gerard Manley Hopkins > Poems: The best ideal is the true / And other truth is none. / All glory be ascribèd to / The holy Three in One. —“Summa” Gerard Manley Hopkins: Poems: Now First Published, Edited with Notes by Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate Gerard Manley Hopkins His sprung rhythm and