In Pribek's view, however, while Martin and Schlatter have helped Darlington by rescuing him from obscurity, it is still wiser to . . . [regard] Darlington as a lively but ultimately minor source of information. [...] in lieu of any contemporary testimony of Darlington displaying animosity toward Hopkins, scholars should privilege the favorable accounts of Darlington's character supplied by his Jesuit colleagues and his students (p. 50).
390 / VICTORIAN POETRY members of FATHOM, the Hardy Society of France, that there is yet more scholarship to come. Hopkins FRANK FENNELL The year 2010 seemed to be a transition year in Hopkins criticism: something of the old, something of the new, something poised between the
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