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Rare Gerard Manley Hopkins manuscripts now in British government’s hands

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What I learned from the “terrifying” Robert Frost

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Dartmouth professor offers free online course on “Paradise Lost”

Viewers get access to university's Milton Reading Room.

Why good fences make good neighbors

As wonderful -- and essential -- as community is, we still need boundaries.

Get the chills as Richard Burton reads “The Hound of Heaven”

The classic poem reminds us that "you can run but you cannot hide" from God's grace.

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