- Death and Struggle in Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Carrion Comfort"
- Groping Towards Truth in "Carrion Comfort"
- Jacob, The Angel, & Hopkins
- Job's Lament and “Carrion Comfort”
No worst, there is none
- The Downward Spiral: Shaping Consciousness, Time, and Grief in Hopkins' Sonnet 65, "No Worst, there is none"
- Hopkins's Interior Landscape in "No worst, there is none"
- Gerard Manley Hopkins's "Pied Beauty": Word-painting vs. Formal Innovation?
- “Pied Beauty”: God the Creator (Luke 2:12-14)
A Soliloquy of One of the Spies left in the Wilderness
- A Soliloquy of One of the Spies in Ireland
- Moses's Rock and the Nile
- Faith in Hopkins' "A Soliloquy of One of the Spies left in the Wilderness"
Spring and Fall
- Hopkins’s “Spring and Fall”
- Feeling and the Passing of Time in "Spring and Fall"
- Emotional Detachment in "Spring and Fall"
The Wreck of the Deutschland
- God's Terrible Beauty in "The Wreck of the Deutschland"
- Sprung Rhythm in Hopkins' "Wreck of the Deutschland"
- The Life that died, paradox in "The Wreck of the Deutschland"
- "The Candle Indoors"
- Gateways for the Dark Sonnets: "Spelt from Sibyl's Leaves" and "That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire"
- Ambiguity in "The Alchemist in the City"
- The Christian Self: Spiritual Ideals, Religious Symbolism, and Poetic Devices in Hopkins' "As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame"
- Boundaries of Self in "My own heart let me have more pity on"