This chapter analyzes the radical aestheticism in Hopkins’s poetry. It argues that while Hopkins would never profess an aestheticism of any sort, at certain moments of certain poems—in nothing more or less than the space and time of a sigh—Hopkins arrives at a radical aestheticism.
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