English 11207 - HUGE PAPER outline

English 11207 - HUGE PAPER outline - nature of divine...

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Tim Thyne ENGL 112.07 H. Walton 4/19/2007 Simply Christ Major claims: Hopkins is trying to portray that man’s true inscape is Christ; even though sometimes man does not choose to reflect Christ. Hopkins’ last years in life are in paradox to his first years as a priest; this is a contrast of his nature sonnets to his “terrible” sonnets. 1. Man’s true inscape is Christ“ a. “But he [man] finds that when he […] takes action that accords with Christ’s
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Unformatted text preview: nature of divine goodness, he is--/Christ. b. Mans purpose is to be Christ in everything he does c. Inscape defined d. Hopkins fascination with nature 2. Sometimes man does not choose to reflect Christ a. Abuse of freedom and independence from God b. Inscape verses mortal action i. Speculative Atheist ii. Moral Atheist 3. Hopkins last years in life are in paradox to his first years as a priest a. Extreme change b. Return to faith...
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