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The Poets of the Nineties

The Poets of the Nineties 328 / VICTORIAN POETRY Hopkins' Christian artistry as very similar to the view of such art that Hansen offers in his "Preface": "Writing . . . gives the author the chance for self-disclosure and communion with others[,] . . . enter[ing] the realm of the spirit where we simultaneously discover our likeness to others, and our difference, our uniqueness" (p. xvi). Often quite insightful about Hopkins, and especially about his links to Wales and Welsh poetry, is another recent essay which chiefly serves as an admiring reader's tribute to the poet: Walford Davies' "Remember us in the roads" (New Welsh Review 12, no. 4 [Spring 2001]: 42-48). Worthwhile, too, is an older essay that I only recently found indexed: Mike Fitzhugh's "Hopkins's Mystic Line: `The Wreck of the Deutschland' as a Revelatory Path" (SMy 17 [1996]: 78-91). Fitzhugh argues that the entire "Deutschland" ode, and not just Part I, is designed to work like an Ignatian spiritual exercise. Also recently published, in the English Literary Studies series of the University of Victoria, is G. M. Hopkins: An Inventory of the Anthony Bischoff Research Collection at Gonzaga University (2001), edited by Stephanie Edwards Plowman. Father Bischoff, S.J., gathered vast http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Victorian Poetry West Virginia University Press

The Poets of the Nineties

Victorian Poetry , Volume 40 (3) – Jan 10, 2002

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328 / VICTORIAN POETRY Hopkins' Christian artistry as very similar to the view of such art that Hansen offers in his "Preface": "Writing . . . gives the author the chance for self-disclosure and communion with others[,] . . . enter[ing] the realm of the spirit where we simultaneously discover our likeness to others, and our difference, our uniqueness" (p. xvi). Often quite insightful about Hopkins, and especially about his links to Wales and Welsh poetry, is another recent essay which chiefly serves as an admiring reader's tribute to the poet: Walford Davies' "Remember us in the roads" (New Welsh Review 12, no. 4 [Spring 2001]: 42-48). Worthwhile, too, is an older essay that I only recently found indexed: Mike Fitzhugh's "Hopkins's Mystic Line: `The Wreck of the Deutschland' as a Revelatory Path" (SMy 17 [1996]: 78-91). Fitzhugh argues that the entire "Deutschland" ode, and not just Part I, is designed to work like an Ignatian spiritual exercise. Also recently published, in the English Literary Studies series of the University of Victoria, is G. M. Hopkins: An Inventory of the Anthony Bischoff Research Collection at Gonzaga University (2001), edited by Stephanie Edwards Plowman. Father Bischoff, S.J., gathered vast

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