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theparisreview:

“You may be familiar with Robert Bridges, who served as England’s Poet Laureate. But chances are, you are unfamiliar with the work of Digby Mackworth Dolben, a school friend of Bridges’s who died at only nineteen. An eccentric and a zealous Anglo-Catholic, long after his death Dolben continued to exercise a compelling hold over his circle, which included Gerard Manley Hopkins.”

Read more about Dolben’s early promise here.

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  1. douloscross reblogged this from theparisreview and added:
    A gifted poet who died very young.
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  4. 1bohemian reblogged this from thestilllwaters and added:
    Digby Mackworth Dolben
  5. karikoeppel said: He looks just like Jason Segel!
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  7. purpletempest reblogged this from writersnoonereads and added:
    Reblogging cause I studied hopkins
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    A hidden influence for Hopkins, who himself barely escaped lasting anonymity?
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