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Poems and prose

By: HOPKINS, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889
Material type: TextTextLanguage: Spanish Publisher: London, Penguien Books, 1988Description: 260 pISBN: 0-14-042015-0Subject(s): LITERATURA INGLESA | POESIAS INGLESAS | PROSA POETICA | ESCRITORES INGLESES | SIGLO XIX | GARDNER, W. H | REINO UNIDODDC classification: 828.8
Contents:
Four Early poems (1865-1866): The Alchemist in the City -- Let me be to thee as the circling bird -- Heaven-Haven -- The habit of perfection POEMS (1876-1889): Author preface (with explanatory notes by the Editor) -- The wreck of the Deutschland -- Penmaen Pool -- The Silver Jubilee -- God's Grandeur -- The Starlight night -- Spring - The Lantern out of Door -- The sea and the skylark -- The windhover -- Pied beauty -- Hurrahing in Harvest -- The caged skylark -- In the Valley of the Elwy -- The Loss of the Eurydice -- The May Magnificat -- Binsey Poplars -- Duns Scotu's Oxford -- Henry Purcell -- Peace -- The Bugler's First Communion -- Morning Midday, and Evening Sacrifice -- Andromeda -- The Candle Indoors -- The handsome Heart -- At the Wedding March -- Felix Randal -- Brothers -- Spring and Fall -- Inversnaid -- "As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame" -- Ribblesdale -- The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo -- The Blessed Virgin compared to the Air we Breathe -- To what serves Mortal Beauty? -- Spelt from Sibyl's Leaves -- (The soldier) -- (Carrion Comfort) -- "No worst, there is none. Pitched past pitch of grief "-- "To seem the stanger lies my lot, my life" -- "I wake and feel the fell of dark, not day" -- "Patience, hard thing! the hard thing but to pray" -- "My own heart let me more have pity on; let" -- Tom's Garland -- Harry Ploughman -- That Nature is a Heraclitean fire and of the comfort of the Resurrection -- St. Alphonsus Rodriguez -- "Thou art indeed just, Lord, if I contend" -- "The shepherd' brow, fronting forked lightning, owns" -- To R. B. Some unifished poems and fragments (1876-1889): Moonrise -- The woodlark -- Cheery Beggar -- "The furl of fresh-leaved dogrose down" -- St. Winefred's well -- (Nargaret Clitheroe) -- "Repeat that, repeat" -- On a Piece of Music -- (Ash-boughs) -- "Thee, Good, I come from, to thee go" -- On the Portrait of two beautiful young people -- Epithalamion From Note-Books, Journal, etc. : Early Diary (1863-1864) -- From "On the Origin of Beauty: A Platonic Dialogue" (1865) -- From Journal (1866-1875) -- Sermon: on Lucke ii. 33 (Nov. 23, 1879) -- FRom "The principle of Foundation: An address, etc-" -- From "Comments on The Spiritual Exercises" Selected Letters: I. To C. N. Luxmoore -- II. To A. W. M. Baillie -- III. To E. H. Coleridge -- IV. To Rev. Dr J. H. Newman -- V. Do -- VI. To his father -- VII. To A. W. Baille -- VIII. To Miss kate Hopkins --- IX. To Robert Bridges -- X. To his mother -- XI. To his father -- XII. To Robert Bridges -- XIII. do -- XIV. To R. W. Dixon -- XV. Do -- XVI. Do -- XVII. Do --XVIII. Do -- XIX. To A. W. M. Baillie -- XX. To R. W. Dixon -- XXI. To Robert Bridges -- XXII. To Robert Bridges -- XXIII. Do -- XXIV. To Coventry Patmore -- XXV. Do -- XXVI. To Robert Bridges -- XXVII. Do -- XXVIII- To his mother
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Selección, introducción y notas : W. H. Gardner

Four Early poems (1865-1866): The Alchemist in the City -- Let me be to thee as the circling bird -- Heaven-Haven -- The habit of perfection POEMS (1876-1889): Author preface (with explanatory notes by the Editor) -- The wreck of the Deutschland -- Penmaen Pool -- The Silver Jubilee -- God's Grandeur -- The Starlight night -- Spring - The Lantern out of Door -- The sea and the skylark -- The windhover -- Pied beauty -- Hurrahing in Harvest -- The caged skylark -- In the Valley of the Elwy -- The Loss of the Eurydice -- The May Magnificat -- Binsey Poplars -- Duns Scotu's Oxford -- Henry Purcell -- Peace -- The Bugler's First Communion -- Morning Midday, and Evening Sacrifice -- Andromeda -- The Candle Indoors -- The handsome Heart -- At the Wedding March -- Felix Randal -- Brothers -- Spring and Fall -- Inversnaid -- "As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame" -- Ribblesdale -- The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo -- The Blessed Virgin compared to the Air we Breathe -- To what serves Mortal Beauty? -- Spelt from Sibyl's Leaves -- (The soldier) -- (Carrion Comfort) -- "No worst, there is none. Pitched past pitch of grief "-- "To seem the stanger lies my lot, my life" -- "I wake and feel the fell of dark, not day" -- "Patience, hard thing! the hard thing but to pray" -- "My own heart let me more have pity on; let" -- Tom's Garland -- Harry Ploughman -- That Nature is a Heraclitean fire and of the comfort of the Resurrection -- St. Alphonsus Rodriguez -- "Thou art indeed just, Lord, if I contend" -- "The shepherd' brow, fronting forked lightning, owns" -- To R. B. Some unifished poems and fragments (1876-1889): Moonrise -- The woodlark -- Cheery Beggar -- "The furl of fresh-leaved dogrose down" -- St. Winefred's well -- (Nargaret Clitheroe) -- "Repeat that, repeat" -- On a Piece of Music -- (Ash-boughs) -- "Thee, Good, I come from, to thee go" -- On the Portrait of two beautiful young people -- Epithalamion From Note-Books, Journal, etc. : Early Diary (1863-1864) -- From "On the Origin of Beauty: A Platonic Dialogue" (1865) -- From Journal (1866-1875) -- Sermon: on Lucke ii. 33 (Nov. 23, 1879) -- FRom "The principle of Foundation: An address, etc-" -- From "Comments on The Spiritual Exercises" Selected Letters: I. To C. N. Luxmoore -- II. To A. W. M. Baillie -- III. To E. H. Coleridge -- IV. To Rev. Dr J. H. Newman -- V. Do -- VI. To his father -- VII. To A. W. Baille -- VIII. To Miss kate Hopkins --- IX. To Robert Bridges -- X. To his mother -- XI. To his father -- XII. To Robert Bridges -- XIII. do -- XIV. To R. W. Dixon -- XV. Do -- XVI. Do -- XVII. Do --XVIII. Do -- XIX. To A. W. M. Baillie -- XX. To R. W. Dixon -- XXI. To Robert Bridges -- XXII. To Robert Bridges -- XXIII. Do -- XXIV. To Coventry Patmore -- XXV. Do -- XXVI. To Robert Bridges -- XXVII. Do -- XXVIII- To his mother

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