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Hopkins: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets)

by Gerard Manley Hopkins

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One of the most powerful religious poets ever. I found a beautiful old edition at a used bookstore and couldn't resist. ( )
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Hopkins' sense of sound is unsurpassed. ( )
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A collection of poems, letters, and journal entries written by Gerard Manley Hopkins after he entered the Society of Jesus.

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