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Gerard manley hopkins sj 28 july 1844 8 june 1889 was an english poet and jesuit priest whose posthumous fame established him among the leading victorian poetshis manipulation of prosody particularly his concept of sprung rhythm and use of imagery established him as an innovative writer of versetwo of his major themes were nature and religion. The 31st international hopkins festival a feast of poetry music lectures workshops and fieldtrips for all. Poems now first published edited with notes by robert bridges poet laureate gerard manley hopkins his sprung rhythm and intricate use of language and rhyme make hopkins an early modern poet ahead of his victorian time. Gerard hopkins was born july 28 1844 to manley and catherine smith hopkins the first of their nine children his parents were high church anglicans variously described as earnest and moderate and his father a marine insurance adjuster had just published a volume of poetry the year before at grammar school in highgate 1854 63 he won the poetry prize for the escorial and a . Gerard manley hopkins 1844 89 was born in essex the eldest son of a prosperous middle class familyhe was educated at highgate school and balliol college oxford where he read classics and began his lifelong friendship with robert bridges
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