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Glamour Girle. Amani Al-Gamdi Dalal Khithamy Rania Al-Asmary Rehab Al- Zahrani Hanin Baqishwin. Gerard Manley Hopkins.

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Glamour girle

Glamour Girle

Amani Al-Gamdi

Dalal Khithamy

Rania Al-Asmary

Rehab Al- Zahrani

Hanin Baqishwin

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Gerard Manley Hopkins

Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in 1844 to devout Anglican parents who fostered from an early age their eldest son's commitment to religion and to the creative arts. The great poet died of typhoid fever in 1877 in Dublin in 1877.

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His Life

Hopkins undertook a lengthy course of training for the priesthood; for seven years he wrote almost no verse, having decided that one who had pledged his life to God should not pursue poetry. Only at the urging of church officials did Hopkins resume his poetry, while studying theology in North Wales. Hopkins's subject matter in these mature poems is wholly religious he believed that by making his work religious-themed he might make poetry a part of his religious vocation.

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His Style and Poems

These post-1875 poems follow a style quite different from that of Hopkins's earlier verse. After his ordination in 1877, Hopkins did parish work in a number of locales. He spent the last years of his short life quite unhappily in Dublin, where he wrote a group of melancholy poems often referred to as the "Terrible Sonnets" or "Sonnets of Desolation"; they exquisitely render the spiritual anguish for which Hopkins is famous.

Spring and fall 1880

To a young child Margaret, are you grieving Over Goldengroveunleaving? Leaves, like the things of man, you With your fresh thoughts care for, can you? Ah! as the heart grows older It will come to such sights colder By and by, nor spare a sigh Though worlds of wanwoodleafmeal lie; And yet you will weep know why. Now no matter, child, the name: Sorrow's springs are the same. Nor mouth had, no nor mind, expressed What heart heard of, ghost guessed.

Spring and Fall- 1880-

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The poem opens with a question to a child: "Margaret, are you grieving / Over Goldengrove unleaving?" "Goldengrove," a place whose name suggests an idyllic play-world, is "unleaving," or losing its leaves as winter approaches. And the child, with her "fresh thoughts," cares about the leaves as much as about "the things of man." The speaker reflects that age will alter this innocent response, and that later whole "worlds" of forest will lie in leafless disarray without arousing Margaret's sympathy.

Analysis the Poem

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The child will weep then, too, but for a more conscious reason. However, the source of this knowing sadness will be the same as that of her childish grief--for "sorrow's springs are the same." That is, though neither her mouth nor her mind can yet articulate the fact as clearly as her adult self will, Margaret is already mourning over her own mortality.