Rilke (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets Series) - Hardcover
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|About the Author||Rainer Maria Rilke (1875–1926) is one of the greatest lyric German poets. Born in Prague, he published his first book of poems, Leben und Lieber, at age nineteen. He met Lou Salomé, the talented and spirited daughter of a Russian army officer, who influenced him deeply. In 1902 he became a friend, and for a time the secretary, of Rodin, and it was during his twelve-year Paris residence that Rilke enjoyed his greatest poetic activity. In 1919 he went to Switzerland where he spent the last years of his life. It was there that he wrote his last two works, Duino Elegies (1923) and The Sonnets to Orpheus (1923).|
|Author 1||Rainer Maria Rilke|
|Book Description||The Everyman's Library Pocket Poets hardcover series is popular for its compact size and reasonable price which does not compromise content. Poems: Rilke contains poems from The Book of Images; New Poems; Requiem for a Friend; Poems, 1906-1926; French Poems; The Life of Mary; Sonnets to Orpheus; The Duino Elegies; Letters to a Young Poet; and an index of first lines.|
|Editor 1||John Hollander|
|Editorial Review||After A Day Of Wind All My Goodbyes Are Said. Many Separations And Almost Maiden-like Was What Drew Near And Almost Maiden-like Was What Drew Near The Angels Annunciation To Mary Annunciation To The Shepherds From Above Anticipate All Farewells, As Were They Behind You Anticipate All Farewells, As Were They Behind You Autumn Autumn Day Banana, Rounded Apple, Russet Pear Banana, Rounded Apple, Russet Pear A Beautiful Butterfly Near Before The Passion Before You Can Count Ten The Birth Of Christ The Birth Of Mary The Boy Breathing, Invisible Poem! That Great Breathing, Invisible Poem! That Great But What Shall I Offer You, Master, Say But What Shall I Offer You, Master, Say, Call Me To Your Lonely Meeting-places Cat Change Though The World May As Fast Change Though The World May As Fast Child In Red Childhood Clouds Dancer: You Transmutation Divine Disgrace Does He Belong Here? No, His Spreading Does He Belong Here? No, His Spreading Does It Exist, Though, Time The Destroyer Does It Exist, Though, Time The Destroyer The Dog The Duino Elegies: 1 The Duino Elegies: 2 The Duino Elegies: 3 The Duino Elegies: 4 The Duino Elegies: 5 The Duino Elegies: 6 The Duino Elegies: 7 The Duino Elegies: 8 The Duino Elegies: 9 Early Apollo Evening Love Song Fire's Reflection Flowers, Whose Kinship With Ordering Hands We Are Able Flowers, Whose Kinship With Ordering Hands For A Friend For Count Karl Lanckoronski The Fountain From The Poems Of Count C.w. The Fruit The Future A God Can Do It. But Can A Man Expect Gold Dwells Somewhere At Ease In The Pampering Bank Growing Old Hail The Spirit Able To Unite! Hail, The Spirit Able To Unite! Hail, The Spirit Able To Unite Hark, The Earliest Harrows Striving Hark, The Earliest Harrows Striving How It Thrills Us, The Bird's Clear Cry How It Thrills Us, The Bird's Clear Cry... Interior Portrait Joseph's Suspicion Lady Before The Mirror Landscape Stopped Halfway The Last Supper Let's Stay By The Lamp And Say Little Mary At Peace With The Risen Lord Mary's Visitation Master, There's Something New Master, There's Something New Mirrors: No One Has Yet Distilled With Moment Between Masks Music Narcissus No One Speaks Of Them O Fountain Mouth, You Mouth That Can Respond Of The Death Of Mary Of The Marriage At Cana Oh, Delight Leaping Up Ever-new When We Loosen The Soil Oh, Delight Leaping Up Ever-new When We Loosen The Soil On The Sunny Road Only By Him With Whose Lays Only By Him With Whose Lays Orpheus. Eurydice. Hermes Our Life-long Neighbours, Flower, Vine-leaf, Fruit Palm The Panther Parting Pieta The Poet's Death Portrait Of My Father As A Young Man Praising That's It! As A Praiser And Blesser Praising, That's It! As A Praiser And Blesser The Presentation Of Mary In The Temple Raise No Commemorating Stone. The Roses Raise No Commemorating Stone. The Roses The Raising Of Lazarus Rest On The Flight Into Egypt Road That Turns And Plays Road That Turns And Plays Roman Sarcophagi Silent Friend Of Those Far From Us, Feeling Sing Those Gardens, My Heart, Poured As Into A Glass The Small Clematis Tumbles The Sonnets To Orpheus: First Part, 1 The Sonnets To Orpheus: Second Part, 28 The Sonnets To Orpheus: Second Part: 17 Stars Behind Olives Step Now And Then, You Gentle-hearted Step Now And Then, You Gentle-hearted Still The God Remains An Every-growing Summer Passer-by The Swan A Swan Swims On The Water Telling You All The Tenth Elegy Titmouse To Holderlin To Monique And Blaise Briod To Music To The Moon Undermost He, The Earth-bound Undermost He, The Earth-bound The Wait Water Lily We Wax For Waning We Wax For Waning What Survives White Lily Will I Have Expressed It Before I Leave Wind That Grips This Country Like A Craftsman You Few, The One-time Sharers Of Childhood's Treasure You Few, The One-time Sharers Of Childhood's Treasure -- Table of Poems from|
|Number of Pages||256|