Collection of The Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Volume Article Marginal Notes by Boyle
The Correspondence of Gerard Manley Hopkins and Richard Watson Dixon. Edited by Claude Colleer Abbot. London: Oxford University Press, 1955. PR 4803 .H44 Z 57 1955 *
Further Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Second edition. Compiled by Claude Colleer Abbot. London: Oxford University Press, 1956. PR 4803 .H44 Z53 1956 *
A Hopkins reader. Revised edition. Edited by John Pick. Garden City, New Jersey: Image Books, 1966. PR 4803 .H44 A6 1966 *
The Journals and Papers of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Second edition. Edited by Humphry House. London: Oxford University Press, 1966. *
The Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges Second revised edition. Edited by Claude Colleer Abbot. London: Oxford University Press, 1955.PR 4803 .H44 Z55 1955 *
Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Third Edition. Edited by Robert Bridges. Additional Poems, Notes, and a Biographical Introduction by W.H. Gardner. New York: Oxford University Press, 1948. PR 4803 .H44 A17 1948b *
The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Forth edition. Edited by W.H. Gardner and Norman H. Mackenzie. London: Oxford University Press, 1967. PR 4803 .H44 A17 1967 *
Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Introduction by Ernest Ferlita, S.J. Made in celebration of the Centennial of Gonzaga University. Nevada City, California: Harold Berliner, 1987.
The Sermons and Devotional Writings of Gerard Manley Hopkins. London: Oxford University Press, 1967. *
The Windover. Edited by John Pick. The Merrill Literary Casebook Series, Edward P.J. Corbett, ed. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1969. PR 4803 .H44 W536 1969
The Wreck of the Deutschland. Introduction by James Dickey. Boston: David Godine, 1971. PR 4803 .H44 W74

Boyle, G.M. Hopkins Collection

Volume Article Marginal Notes by Boyle
Articles By Rev. Robert Boyle, S.J.:
"Duns Scotus in the Poetry of Hopkins." From: Scotus Speaks Today, 1266-1966. Proceedings of the Seventh Centenary Symposium. Southfield, Michigan. Duns Scotus College, 1969, pp. 297-319.
"Hopkins, Brutus, and Dante." From: Victorian Poetry 24 (Spring 1986): 1-12.
"Hopkins' Imagery: The Thread of the Maze." Reprinted from: Thought 35 (Spring 1960): 57-90.
"Hopkins' Use of 'Fancy'." From: Victorian Poetry 10 (Spring 1972): 17-27.
"The Imagery of Macbeth, I, vii, 21-28." Reprinted from: Modern Language Quarterly 16 (June 1955): 130-136.
"'Man Jack the Man Is': The Wreck from the Perspective of 'the shepard's brow." See: Sulloway, Alison G., ed. Critical Essays on Gerard Manley Hopkins, pp. 103-116. *
Metaphor in Hopkins. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 1961.
PR 4803 .H44 Z59 1961
"The Nature of Metaphor: Further Considerations." Reprinted from: The Modern Schoolman 34 (May 1957): 283-298.
"Time and Grace in Hopkins' Imagination." From: Renascence 29 (Fall 1976): 7-24.
Book Reviews by Rev. Robert Boyle, S.J.:
A Commentary on the Complete Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins, by Paul L. Mariani, 1970. [Bibliographic information unknown], 3 pgs.
The Dragon in the Gate: Studies in the Poetry of G.M. Hopkins, by Elisabeth Schneider , 1968. Reprinted from: Journal of English and German Philosophy 70 (April 1971): 327-332.
Hopkins the Jesuit: The Years of Training, by Alfred Thomas, S.J., 1969. From: Victorian Poetry 9 (Winter 1971): 455-458.


Author(s) Title and Information Marginal Notes by Boyle
Alitzer, Thomas J. J. The Self-Embodiment of God. New York: Harper & Row, 1977.
BL 65 .L2 A45 1977
Bruns, Gerald L. Modern Poetry and the Idea of Language. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1975 (second printing). P 301 .B7
Donato, Eugenio and Richard Macksey, eds. The Structuralist Controversy: The Language of Criticism and the Sciences of Man. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1975 (second printing). B 841.4 .L330 1975 *
Moore, Harry J., Jr. and Thomas F. Staley, eds. The Shapeless God. Essays on Modern Fiction. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1977. PN 3503 .S48
Purdy, Strother B. The Hole in the Fabric. Science, Contemporary Literature, and Henry James. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1977. PS 2124 .P78
Staley, Thomas F. Dorothy Richardson. Twayne's English Authors Series. Sylvia E. Bowman, ed. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1976.
PR 6035 .I34 Z93 1976
Stephens, James Francis Bacon and the Style of Science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1975. PR 2208 .S8
Thomas, Owen Metaphor and Related Subjects. New York: Random House, 1969.
PN 228 .M4 T5
Vinaver, Eugene Form and Meaning in Medieval Romance. Presidential Address of the Modern Humanities Research Association, 1966. PB 6 .M5 1966


Author(s) Title and Information Marginal Notes by Boyle
Allen, Woody Side Effects. New York: Ballantine Books, 1980. PS 3551 .L44 S5 1980
Cary, Joyce Herself Surprised. New York: Perennial Library, Harper & Row, 1965.
PR 6005 .A77 H4 1965
Cary, Joyce The Horse's Mouth. New York: Perennial Library, Harper & Row, 1967.
PR 6005.A77 H6 1965
Cary, Joyce To Be A Pilgrim. New York: University Library, Grosset & Dunlap, 1942. PR 6005 .A77 T6 1942 *
Friedman, Alan Warren "Joyce Cary's Cubistic Morality." Reprinted from: Contemporary Literature 14 (Winter 1973): 78-96.
Catallus The Poems of Catallus. Translated by Peter Whigham. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969. PA 6275 .E5 W4 1969
Clark, Mark (former student of Boyle's) "Waking." Reflection, publication of the Associated Students of Gonzaga University, 1985, pp. 42-43.
Hawthorne, Nathaniel Hawthorne's Lost Notebook, 1835-1841. Facsimile from The Pierpont Morgan Library. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1978. PS 1865 .A1 1978
Miller, Henry The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder. New York: New Directions, 1974.
PS 3525.I5454 S65 1974
Moritz, A.F. The Tradition. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1986. PS 3563 .O87168 T7 1986
Thackeray, William Makepeace The Rose and the Ring. Harmondsworth: Middlesex, England. Puffin Books, 1967.
Thackeray, William Makepeace The Rose and the Ring. Facsimile from the original in the Pierpont Morgan Library. New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1947.
PR 5617 .R67 1947


The Escorial

the whole building (1)
court, chapel entrance and spires (2-6)
murals and paintings (7-11)
tombs (12-15)
interior of chapel (16-23)

Inversnaid (24-28)


Towery (49-52)
branchy (53-54)
river (55-58)
brickish (59-61)
walls (62-63)
Merton College (65-67)
books (68, 72)


Carisbrook Keep (73-91)
Applecurcoombe House &View (92-93, 95-101, 103-109)
Ventnor town & Boniface down

Crows (110)
from top of Boniface Down (113-115)
looking toward Boniface from the west (116-119)
cemetery (120-122, 124(2), 126, 128-131)

Ventnor coast from the sea

(132-133, 136, 144, 147-148, 150, 154)

Tintern Abbey (157-160, 170, 180, 180B, 184-186, 188, 190)

St. Beuno's (193-197, 199-205A)
Penmaen Pool (206-213, 216-220)
Sheep (222-228)
Wales (229-230, 232-236, 237-239)
Last Lights (241-242)
Glasnevin (244)

"Margaret Are You Grieving" (2 sets, 1 at 110mm); Thomas Singleton, S.J., Alice Semrad, Alice's niece and cousin; taken at Regis College, c. 1957