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Gerard Manley Hopkins

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Gerard Manley Hopkins was first and foremost a Jesuit. He was deeply religious and it permeated all his thinking and actions. He started writing poetry early but discontinued when he became a Jesuit saying he would only continue his writing with the permission of his superiors. The work that made his name as a poet was the sinking of the Deutchland concerning a shipwreck in 1975 when five nuns lost their lives escaping from persecution in Germany.
Dedication to previous owner written in inside front cover.

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Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1852190531
ISBN-13:
9781852190538
Number of pages:
76
Publisher:
Bishopsgate Press

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Gerard Manley Hopkins was first and foremost a Jesuit. He was deeply religious and it permeated all his thinking and actions. He started writing poetry early but discontinued when he became a Jesuit saying he would only continue his writing with the permission of his superiors. The work that made his name as a poet was the sinking of the Deutchland concerning a shipwreck in 1975 when five nuns lost their lives escaping from persecution in Germany.
Dedication to previous owner written in inside front cover.

PLU:
0
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1852190531
ISBN-13:
9781852190538
Number of pages:
76
Publisher:
Bishopsgate Press

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