Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Language of Mystery
University of Missouri Press, 1991 - 352 sider
With detailed readings of major poems and analysis of manuscript revisions, Ellis examines how Hopkins' particular vision of mystery pervasively affects, not only his own language, but a reader's approach to that language.
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Vision and Revision
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