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Send my roots rain : a study of religious experience in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Donald Walhout
Publisher: Athens, Ohio : Ohio University Press, ©1981.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Walhout, Donald.
Send my roots rain.
Athens, Ohio : Ohio University Press, ©1981
(OCoLC)557832963
Named Person: Gerard Manley Hopkins; Gerard Manley Hopkins; Gerard Manley Hopkins; Gerard Manley Hopkins; Gerard Manley Hopkins
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald Walhout
ISBN: 0821405659 9780821405659
OCLC Number: 6709028
Description: 203 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: I. The central experience in Hopkins's poetry --
Theme and approach --
Elements in the experience --
Some comparisons --
Universality in Hopkins --
II. Encagement --
The initiating conditions --
The emotional impact --
The external consequences --
The existential climax --
III. Naturation --
Openness to beauty --
The role of activity --
Human association --
Spiritual discipline --
IV. Grace --
Coping with evil --
Outlook on life and the world --
Elements of sanctification --
The phenomenon of joy --
V. Illustration: Hopkins's life --
Two patterns in the central experience --
The cataclysmic pattern in Hopkins's life --
The chronic pattern in Hopkins's life --
VI. Problems of interpretation --
The problem of cause --
The problem of essential classification --
The problem of purpose --
VII. Hopkins's philosophy of religion --
The single and ultimate end --
Inscape and instress as religious concepts --
Providence and evil --
Life as sacrifice --
Preincarnation and divine attributes --
Self and freedom --
Philosophical realism.
Responsibility: Donald Walhout.

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