|Author:||Patricia M. Ball|
|Title:||Science of Aspects: Changing Role of Fact in Coleridge, Ruskin and Hopkins|
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|Publisher:||Athlone Press (July 5, 1971)|
Personal Name: Ball, Patricia M. Publication, Distribution, et. London Note: Bibliography: p. 151-152. Personal Name: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. Personal Name: Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. Personal Name: Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889. Rubrics: Nature in literature.
But the three writers stand in no simple relation of mere sequence and in this essay, which continues the exploration of the Romantic and Victorian imagination begun in her previous book, The Central Self, Dr Ball.
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Cantos Iii And Iv; And, The Vision Of Judgment. The Science of Aspects: The Changing Role of Fact in the Work of Coleridge, Ruskin and Hopkins.
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34 John Ruskin, The Works of John Ruskin, ed. E. T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn (London: George Allen, 1903-12): 6: 227. 35 Brian J. Day, ‘Hopkins' Spiritual Ecology in "Binsey Poplars"’, Victorian Poetry, 42, no. 2 (Summer 2004): 18. 47 Letter published in Nature, 30 October 1884, p. 633. Reproduced in the Appendix to Patricia M. Ball, The Science of Aspects: The Changing Role of Fact in the Work of Coleridge, Ruskin and Hopkins (London: The Athlone Press, 1971): 148-150. This letter and others are discussed in some detail in Chapter One. 48 Information from Horton, ‘Victorian Optical Gadgetry’, and Crary, Techniques of the Observer.
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The Changing Role of Fact in the Work of Coleridge, Ruskin and Hopkins Author: Patricia M. Ball Publisher: A&C Black ISBN: 1472510127 Category: Literary Criticism Page: 163 View: 5624.
Patricia Ball notes that the science of the first half of the nineteenth century centered upon the collection, classification and close observation of phenomena. It was, in short, obsessed with detail. However, Hopkins' unique obsession with detail stemmed not only from Ruskin's emphasis on recording detail, but also from his stress on seizing perceptions of beauty in the natural world to preserve fleeting reality In fact, they appear to be familiar terms to Hopkins. We know that Hopkins was still absorbed at the time by the Greek literature and philosophy he had studied for the Classical & exam he passed with honours at Oxford in June of 1867. In a February 12, 1868 letter to his friend, Baillie, he spoke of his preference for Plato and Aristotle over modern philosophers.
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