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So this is an exceptional case of 'sensation' (p103; [section]59), one whose pleasurableness can be justifiably expected to be recognised by others.
The attention to the pleasantness of the parts of the Beautiful is paid in "On the Distinction Between the Picturesque and the Sublime": "When this perfection of form [of the Shapely] is combined with pleasurableness in the sensations excited by the substance so formed--there results the Beautiful.
Instead of connoting her in terms of privation and asceticism, Hopkins asserts the pleasurableness of renunciation by insisting on the physicality of the very senses he aspires to overcome.