The Hopkins Quarterly is a peer-reviewed international scholarly journal devoted to the life and works of Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889). Now celebrated as a major English poet, Hopkins was one of England’s finest nature poets, a great religious poet, an ecological poet, a poet of mental anguish, and a rare experimenter in word, sound, and rhythm. The Hopkins Quarterly also publishes essays on Hopkins’ circle of friends, Robert Bridges (Poet Laureate, 1913-1930), R.W. Dixon, and Coventry Patmore.
In scholarly articles, bibliographies, notes, and reviews, The Hopkins Quarterly presents both traditional and new approaches to Hopkins’ work from scholars throughout the world. Now in its 45th volume and published every calendar year, each volume includes some 140 pages. It has 350 subscribers in twenty-five countries– scholars, lovers of Hopkins’ poetry, and the world’s major national and university libraries. Its articles are indexed in the major bibliographies.
Annual subscriptions rates are $20 U.S. or $27 Can. Retired or student subscribers may deduct 15% from the above rates. Order back issues for $5 U.S. per issue or $20 U.S. per volume.
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