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Gerard Manley Hopkins on Planet Earth

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Nineteenth-century Jesuit priest and poet, Gerd Manley Hopkins (1844–89), produced poems on natural themes which were not only revolutionary for their structure and style but also disctinctive and forward-looking for their treatment of the environment. In these poems, he presents nature as intrinsically (rather than instrumentally) valuable, God as concerned with the salvation not only of humans but of the environment, and humankind as responsible noy only for polluting the Earth but for participating in its salvation. Christian poets of the twenty-first century need to hees and follow Hopkin's example.
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Keywords: Creation; Earth; Ecology; Environment; Hopkins; Nature; Poetry; Salvation History

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2003

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