thib spome is to describe the wonders of the world that god has created.| Posted on 2009-06-09 | by a guest .: :.
GMH is realyyyy influenced by catholic backgground.
He left Oxford to become a priest, and entered the Jesuit Order in 1868.
This is the time when Gerard Manley Hopkins presented a conflict of a man torn between two vocations, religion and the aesthetic world.
in the poem he associates the beauty of Spring with the puritty of the Virgin Mary who is adaored by Catholics for her purity and lack of sin. Most common keywords Spring Analysis Gerard Manley Hopkins critical analysis of poem, review school overview.
this poem is an excellent example of the religious themes which Hopkins explored in many of his poems.| Posted on 2007-04-04 | by a guest Yes!
(Gardner 11) For Hopkins, inscape was more than sensory impression.
It was an insight; by Divine grace into an ultimate reality by seeing the pattern, air, and melody as it were God’s side.
The poet is seemingly speaking to a young child, Margaret, who in her naivety and youth is only beginning to learn about aging and death.
The poem opens with a question to young Margaret, "Margaret are you grieving, over Goldengrove unleaving?