Drabble, Margaret, editor. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press, 1985.
Society of Jesus
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Cultural formation||Mary Ward|
|Cultural formation||Gerard Manley Hopkins|
|death||John Oliver Hobbes|
|Literary responses||Georgiana Fullerton|
|Literary Setting||Selina Bunbury||
This markedly anti-Catholic story (which goes out of its way to criticise the Jesuits ) begins in the twelfth century, when the abbey was founded.
The narrator describes how a mother who had...
Rafroidi, Patrick. Irish Literature in English: The Romantic Period (1789-1850). Humanities Press, 1980.
She received her instructions with great clarity in an experience akin to a vision.
Her rule was to parallel that of the Jesuits . It was to be distinctive in its non-enclosure and in...
Peters, Henriette. Mary Ward: A World in Contemplation. Butterworth, HelenTranslator , Gracewing Books, 1994.
|Author summary||Gerard Manley Hopkins|
|Residence||Gerard Manley Hopkins|
|Textual Features||Winefrid Thimelby|
|Textual Production||Gerard Manley Hopkins||
Hopkins began writing poetry again after becoming a Jesuit on officially-sanctioned religious topics, like the praise of the Virgin Mary.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
|Textual Production||Frances Trollope|
|Textual Production||Evelyn Waugh|
|Textual Production||Gerard Manley Hopkins|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Jemima Kindersley||
At Salvador in Brazil she finds an oppressive government reflected in the domestic oppression of wives and daughters. She notes the high numbers of monks and nuns (3,000 in the town), the power of the...
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||May Laffan|