Fr. Hopkins’ Crowded Grave

Fr. Hopkins' Crowded Grave

I never knew what Michael Hartnett meant by his phrase from ‘A Farewell to English’: ‘to Father Hopkins in his crowded grave’. A recent visit to Glasnevin Cemetary cleared up the mystery. Hopkins is buried in a Jesuit plot. (Jesuit plots, you see, do exist).

About Niall McDevitt

Niall McDevitt > poet > author of b/w (Waterloo Press, 2010) and Porterloo (International Times, 2012) > urban explorer > radical pedestrian who leads Shakespeare/Blake/Rimbaud /Yeats walks, among others.
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