The exercise of spirit: Phenomenology in response to poetry

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Hackett, Chris. (2010). The exercise of spirit: Phenomenology in response to poetry. Renascence: Values in Literature. 62(4), pp. 257 - 277.
AuthorsHackett, Chris
Abstract

The article explores phenomenological readings of poetry in light of the poem "Moonrise June 19, 1876," by Gerard Manley Hopkins. It examines Hopkins's attempt of phenomenalizing sacral desire in the poem, and looks at several phenomenological aspects of poetry, including contingency, conversion, and convergence. Additional topics include the human spirit, experience, and theology in poetry.

Year2010
JournalRenascence: Values in Literature
Journal citation62 (4), pp. 257 - 277
PublisherMarquette University
ISSN0034-4346
Scopus EID2-s2.0-77956085395
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Page range257 - 277
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
Place of publicationUnited States of America
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