Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins, 1863-1889 a literary friendship. by Jean Georges Ritz

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  • Bridges, Robert Seymour, 1844-1930 -- Friends and associates,
  • Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889 -- Friends and associates

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LC ClassificationsPR4161.B6 Z85
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Paginationxvii, 182p.
Number of Pages182
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Open LibraryOL5792160M
LC Control Number60002884
OCLC/WorldCa777156

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Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins ; a literary friendship. [Jean Georges Ritz; Oxford University Press,; Ebenezer Bayles and Son, Ltd,].

Robert Bridges is best known today for having been the editor and champion of his friend Gerard Manley Hopkins, and comparatively little attention has been paid to his own life and work.

In this, the first full-length biography of Bridges, Catherine Phillips seeks to redress the balance by focusing on Bridges' long and full life, and on his achievements as a poet and literary commentator.

Poems Of Gerard Manley Hopkins [Bridges, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Poems Of Gerard Manley HopkinsReviews: An Odd Friendship: Gerard Hopkins and Robert Bridges William Adamson University Ulm Germany 1.

Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins Prologue. Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins Gerard Hopkins and Robert Bridges might be considered an odd couple, physically 1 very unalike and divided by many psychological and religious differences, and not least by their approach to and understanding of poetry.

But despite this, the friendship that began at Oxford University in. - Claude Abbott Colleer, Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges, xxi In a letter to the poet A.E. Housman, Bridges shares that the book of poetry he was working to publish “will be one of the queerest in the world, but it is full of genius and poetic beauty and will.

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Author: Ralph Gustafson Books about Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins, Robert Seymour Bridges OM (23 October – 21 April ) was Poet Laureate from to A doctor by training, he achieved literary fame only late in life.

His poems reflect a deep Christian faith, and he is the author of many well-known hymns. It was through Bridges’ efforts that Gerard Manley Hopkins achieved posthumous fame.

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Gerard Manley Hopkins () was born in Essex, the eldest son of a prosperous middle-class family. He was educated at Highgate School and Balliol College, Oxford, where he read Classics and began his lifelong friendship with Robert Bridges.

Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ (28 July – 8 June ) was an English poet and Jesuit priest, whose posthumous fame established him among the leading Victorian manipulation of prosody – particularly his concept of sprung rhythm – established him as an innovative writer of verse, as did his technique of praising God through vivid use of imagery and nature.

The Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges, Vol. 1 (Second Edition) Ed. Claude Colleer Abbott () The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins, Vol. 2: Correspondence – Eds R. Thornton and Catherine Phillips () The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins, Vol. 3: Diaries, Journals, and Notebooks.

Gerard Manley Hopkins, author of the poems “God’s Grandeur,” “Pied Beauty,” and “The Windhover,” among others, was one of the most innovative poets of late 19th-century the posthumous publication of his poetry inhis original poetics has influenced modern and contemporary poets.

Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins, A Literary Friendship By Jean Georges Ritz Oxford University Press, Read preview Overview Masculine Desire: The Sexual Politics of Victorian Aestheticism By Richard Dellamora University of North Carolina Press, Robert Seymour Bridges was born on Octoin Walmer, Kent, England.

He enrolled in Eton College in and started writing poetry. Inhe enrolled at Corpus Christi College at Oxford University, where he met Gerard Manley Hopkins, who he would remain friends with until Hopkins. ‎"Why do I employ sprung rhythm at all?" the Victorian poet and Jesuit priest Gerard Manley Hopkins asks fellow poet Robert Bridges in (1) Hopkins' question remains largely unanswered.

I do not, however, intend yet another contribution to the eye-glazing debate over sprung rhythm's technical in. Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins, A Literary Friendship.

New York: Oxford University Press, Bridges and the late Victorian poet Gerard Manley Hopkins were close friends from the. "The Wreck of the Deutschland" reversed Hopkins' self-imposed silence. Other equally startling poems followed. After Hopkins' death inhis friend, the Poet Laureate Robert Bridges, began to publish a few of the poems individually, and inedited and published this first collected edition.

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LINGUISTICS. LITERATURE, Literature, Poetry. Poems. Verse. A Victorian who, by choice, remained apart from the aesthetic movements of his day, Robert Bridges was a classicist. His experimentation with 18th-century classical forms culminated in The Testament of Beauty, generally acknowledged as his masterpiece.

He succeeded Alfred Austin as Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom in and was active in the Society for Pure English, which was founded. Hopkins’s comment occurs in a long letter to Canon Dixon in October which includes a critical paragraph on Robert Browning’s poem The Ring and the Book, to the effect that one of the scenes described was a ‘pointless photograph of still life, such as I remember in Balzac, minute upholstery description’ (Correspondence of Hopkins.

Robert Bridges, English poet noted for his technical mastery of prosody and for his sponsorship of the poetry of his friend Gerard Manley Hopkins. Born of a prosperous landed family, Bridges went to Eton College and then to Oxford, where he met Hopkins.

His edition of Hopkins. Manley Hopkins moved his family to Hampstead innear to where John Keats had lived thirty years before and close to the wide green spaces of Hampstead ten years old, Gerard Manley Hopkins was sent to board at Highgate School (–).

[1] While studying Keats's poetry, he wrote "The Escorial" (), his earliest poem extant. Here he practised early attempts at asceticism. Hopkins died of typhoid fever in without having published any of his work, but Robert Bridges later edited a volume of his poetry that appeared in Hopkins' work has influenced many other poets, including W.H.

Auden, Dylan Thomas, Elizabeth Bishop and John Berryman. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Filed under Books and Authors. Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins ; a literary friendship by Jean Georges Ritz (Book) The correspondence of Robert Bridges and W.B.

Yeats by Robert Bridges (Book). The Man from Petrograd: Bridges and Hopkins’ Poems of William Adamson University of Ulm Germany Introduction.

At the end of the first week of September,Robert Bridges wrote to Mrs. Manley Hopkins, Gerard Hopkins’ mother: “I have had lately some very authoritative appeals for the publication of all Gerard’s poetical ‘Spirit of Man’(1) has had a wide sale.

SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Claude Colleer Abbott (editor). The Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges. London: Oxford University Press. letters. Robert Bridges and Gerald Hopkins, A Literary Friendship. London: Oxford University Press. Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in to devout Anglican parents who fostered from an early age their eldest son’s commitment to religion and to the creative arts.

His mother, quite well educated for a woman of her day, was an avid reader. His father wrote and reviewed poetry and even authored a novel, though it was never published.

Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Victorian Visual World. Oxford University Press. John Pick. Gerard Manley Hopkins: Priest and Poet. Oxford University Press. Jean-Georges Ritz. Robert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins, A Literary Friendship.

London: Oxford University Press. Gerald Roberts (editor). Life Edit. Bridges was born in Walmer, Kent, England.

He was educated at Eton College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford. At Corpus Christi, Bridges became friends with Gerard Manley Hopkins. Bridges went on to study medicine in London at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, intending to practise until the age of 40 and then retire to write poetry.

Item 2, The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins, ed. with notes by Robert Bridges []: Critiquing Imagined Incompetence. The edition of Hopkins’s poetry that Bridges finally released twenty-seven years later continues to create a collegial, friendly sense of literary fellowship between Hopkins and his notable contemporaries, but this is in.

Gerard Hopkins’s “Hark, Hearer, Hear What I Do”: Two Editorial Traditions Examined In MayGerard Hopkins told friend and poet Robert Bridges some-thing unusual: “I wrote a paper of Readings and Renderings of Sophocles this year and sent it to the Classical Review” (Hopkins, Letters ).

There. This book is both timely and original. It is timely because is the centennial of the publication of Hopkins’ first book, and original because it focuses on Hopkins’ texts more than on. Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Life By Paul Mariani Viking, I’ve read this book and learned much I never suspected about Gerard Manley Hopkins.

He seems to have had nothing but grief and isolation most of his life, which was a kind of dry martyrdom. Robert Bridges, a “friend,” who was trusted by Hopkins with his poetry prevented.

The poet Robert Bridges, the closest friend of Hopkins, had done wrong, I still think, in delaying the publication of Hopkins's small poetic oeuvre. Robert Bridges, the future poet laureate of England, informed his friend Hopkins that he’d managed to read all lines of “The Wreck of the.

-Robert Bridges Reading "Poems " in The Poems of Gerard Go forth: amidst our chaffinch flock display Thy plumage of far wonder and heavenward flight!" -Robert Bridges Reading "Poems " in The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins (Fourth Edition). 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.Despite holding the Laureateship from to his death inRobert Bridges is better known today as the editor and champion of his friend Gerard Manley Hopkins than as a poet in his own right.

In this, the first full-length biography, Catherine Phillips seeks to redress the balance by focusing on Bridges's long and full life, and on his.Poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins, unknown edition, in English - 4th ed.

based on the 1st ed. of and enlarged to incorporate all known poems and fragments; edited with additional notes, a foreword on the revised text, and a new biographical and critical introduction by W. H. Gardner and N. H. MacKenzie.

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