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The wreck of the Deutschland

John Edward Keating

The wreck of the Deutschland

an essay and commentary

by John Edward Keating

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Published by Folcroft Library Editions in [Folcroft, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] John E. Keating.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR4803.H44 W74 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 p.
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5052052M
    ISBN 100841455104
    LC Control Number74013638
    OCLC/WorldCa1006723

    A wreck was found in on the northwestern side of Kentish Knock near the site of the disaster. It lies at a general depth of 14 m. While it could not be definitely identified, its size, condition, and items found by the maritime archeologist Andreas Stolpe in suggest that it is that of the Deutschland. LegacyFate: Wrecked, 6 December , Kentish Knock.   texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The wreck of the Deutschland: an essay and commentary by Keating, John Edward, Publication date Topics Hopkins, Gerard Manley, Wreck of the DeutschlandPages:

      Sean Street, author of the definitive history The Wreck of the Deutschland, writes: “Hopkins’ many-layered work is today held to be one of the glories of English poetry, and one that presages many of the experiments and developments of the 20th century. In it, the details behind the inspiration – who the nun was, what she said, how she. Access Free The Wreck Of The Deutschland The Wreck Of The Deutschland Thank you for reading the wreck of the deutschland. As you may know, people have look hundreds times for their chosen books like this the wreck of the deutschland, but end up in infectious downloads. Rather than reading a good book with a cup of tea in the afternoon, instead they.

      Nigel Foxell’s first and scholarly book, Ten Poems Analysed (Pergamon Press, ), concluded with his study of Gerard Manley Hopkins’ masterpiece, ‘The Wreck of the Deutschland’, that “magisterially eccentric work of genius” in the phrase of Geoffrey Hill. Over fifty years on, this is the chapter Foxell has chosen to reprint. Along with the poem, the new book contains his 4/5(1). Abstract. On Saturday 4 December a transatlantic steamship left her home port of Bremen in Germany carrying emigrants bound for New York. The Deutschland a substantial ship, built at Greenock in Scotland, feet long, drawing nearly tons, and was carrying about passengers and 90 crew. At once she ran into heavy weather and spent the Saturday night sheltering in the mouth of the Author: R. J. C. Watt.


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The Wreck of the Deutschland was inspired by the Deutschland incident, a naval disaster in which people died, including five Franciscan nuns who had been leaving Germany due to harsh anti-Catholic laws. With his first major poem, Gerard Manley Hopkins began /5.

Nigel Foxell’s first and scholarly book, Ten Poems Analysed (Pergamon Press, ), concluded with his study of Gerard Manley Hopkins’ masterpiece, ‘The Wreck of the Deutschland’, that “magisterially eccentric work of genius” in the phrase of Geoffrey Hill.

Over fifty years on, this is the chapter Foxell has chosen to by: Nigel Foxell's first and scholarly book, Ten Poems Analysed (, Pergamon Press), concluded with his study of Gerard Manley Hopkins, masterpiece, 'The Wreck of the Deutschland', that 'magisterially eccentric work of genius', in the phrase of Geoffrey Hill.

Fifty years on, this is the chapter Foxell has chosen to reprint.4/5(1). The Wreck of the Deutschland By Gerard Manley Hopkins To the happy memory of five Franciscan Nuns, exiles by the Falk Laws, drowned between midnight and morning of Dec.

7th,   Nigel Foxell’s first and scholarly book, Ten Poems Analysed (Pergamon Press, ), concluded with his study of Gerard Manley Hopkins’ masterpiece, ‘The Wreck of the Deutschland’, that “magisterially eccentric work of genius” in the phrase of Geoffrey Hill.

Over fifty years on, this is the chapter Foxell has chosen to reprint. Along with the poem, the new book contains his Brand: Shearsman Books. Nigel Foxell's first and scholarly book, Ten Poems Analysed (, Pergamon Press), concluded with his study of Gerard Manley Hopkins, masterpiece, 'The Wreck of the Deutschland', that 'magisterially eccentric work of genius', in the phrase of Geoffrey Hill.

Fifty years on, this is the chapter Foxell has chosen to s: 0. The Wreck of the Deutschland, ode by Gerard Manley Hopkins, written in the mids and published posthumously in in Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. One of Hopkins’s longest poems, comprising 35 eight-line stanzas, it commemorates the death of five Franciscan nuns, exiled from Germany, who drowned when their ship.

The Wreck of the ‘Deutschland’ In a snowstorm on 6 December the Deutschland emigrant ship, outward-bound from Bremen, in Germany via Southampton for New York, struck the infamous Kentish Knock offshore sandbank at the entrance to the Thames Estuary.

"The Wreck of the Deutschland" is a stanza poem that employs a number of internal rhymes in a loose meter and includes a number of Biblical allusions all in service of describing the wreck of the SS Deutschland, a Scottish-made passenger vessel that ran aground during a blizzard in The experience of Robert Bridges with The Wreck of the Deutschland offers a parallel to the experience of many later readers of the poem.

Bridges first saw the Deutschland ina little more than forty years before he published it in his edition of the poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Wreck of the Deutschland whfradmin T+ The Story: In December five Sisters ventured from the motherhouse in Salzkotten, Germany, to.

Jesuit priest Gerard Manley Hopkins created verse that combined material sensuousness with asceticism. This anthology features all of his mature work, including the well-known elegy, "The Wreck of the Deutschland.".

The wreck of the Deutschland an essay and commentary. by John Edward Keating. Published by Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. Written in EnglishPages: The Wreck of the Deutschland To the happy memory of five Franciscan Nuns exiles by the Falk Laws drowned between midnight and morning of Dec.

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The Wreck of the Deutschland was written at the suggestion of a religious superior after Hopkins expressed his personal anguish at the death of 80 people, among whom were five Franciscan nuns, when the German ship The Deutschland ran aground at the mouth of the Thames in early December The poet-turned-priest was in the seventh year of his.

The Wreck of the Deutschland Literary Nonfiction. Nigel Foxell's first and scholarly book, Ten Poems Analysed (, Pergamon Press), concluded with his study of Gerard Manley Hopkins, masterpiece, 'The Wreck of the Deutschland', that 'magisterially eccentric work of genius'.

The 35 stanzas, divided between a "Part the First" of ten stanzas and a "Part the Second" of 25 more, were a pivotal moment for poetry: "The opening stanza of the Wreck of the Deutschland immediately speaks in a new voice, a voice containing the taut rhythms and extraordinary word combinations of Hopkins at his highest pitch" (Royal).

'The Wreck of the Deutschland' is an ode written by Gerard Manley Hopkins to commemorate five nuns lost at sea. An ode is a lengthy lyric poem with elaborate stanza structures noted for its formal.

The Wreck of the "Deutschland" by Street, Sean and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Wreck of the Deutschland by Street, Sean - AbeBooks.Compare Gerard Manley Hopkins’s version of an attempted rescue with the account in the London Times, one of the sources he used for The Wreck of the Deutschland.

According to the Times, “One brave sailor, who was safe in the rigging went down to try to save a child or woman who was drowning on deck.InGerard Manley Hopkins wrote the poem, The Wreck of The Deutschland, in memory of five Franciscan nuns who drowned when a ship sank. Seeing this dying within the larger mystery of God he wrote: “His mystery must be instressed, stressed; for I greet .