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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD READ Neue Gedichte I think beauty speaks for itself The poems of Rilke do So They must be beautiful I totally agree Sometimes I feel also loneliness in them time which has passed and flows away but always there is the masters' eye for beauty And That's what counts

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke Nice Edition and especially good text comment And of course beautiful thing poems particularly those about his journey in Flanders

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke READ Neue Gedichte Somehow I too must come to make things; not plastic but written things—realities that emerge from handwork Somehow I too must discover the smallest basic element the cell of my art the tangible immaterial means of representation fo

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke I was struck by how much this poetry insists upon the gaze the eye and the way that the object demands the gaze or interrupts it Some of the poems were not so good too complex and heavy or too abstract some of that may be the act of translation of course but it is hard to know and Rilke is of course famous both for his complexity and his abstraction But the majority of them were very good and I must read it again in a few years

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    Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke READ Neue Gedichte The Departure of the Prodigal SonNow to go away from all this confusionthat is ours without belonging to usthat like the water in old wellspringsmirrors us trembling and destroys the image;from all this that is clinging to u

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD READ Neue Gedichte I love Rilke's language and there are so many passages in this book that are poignant beautiful true This is relatively early stuff and the full breadth of Rilke's vision of the world is not yet there But in some ways this makes the poems accessible and easier to appreciate I could do without some of the focus on Greek gods and French buildings but even here Rilke never rests long on the ostensible topic but i

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke READ Neue Gedichte This is a book I need to buy in order to read it many times over the course of many years I appreciated Robert Hass' foreword and his advice for non German speakers to read multiple translations of Rilke in order

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    FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke David Sings before SaulIKing do you hear how my strings castdistances through which we’re winding?Bewildered stars drift up to usand we fall at long last like a rainand it flowers where this rain came downGirls flower whom you once knewand who now are women tempting me;you can detect the scent of virginsand you

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke Perhaps the following poem summarizes my first impression of Rilke's New PoemsThe Rose Window In there The lazy pacing of their paws creates a

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    [Neue Gedichte] E–pub ✓ Rainer Maria Rilke Many of these poems are uite amazing in translation and as it is a bilingual edition it was possible to look over at the German and get a sense for the original flow; many of them were rhymed but I think Snow made the right decision in not forcing that into the English versions It is nice to be able to uery phrases that se

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  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Neue Gedichte
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • English
  • 18 September 2019
  • 9780865474154

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FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Neue Gedichte 107 Edichte New Poems As translator Edward Snow writes these books together constitute one of the great instances of the lyric uest for objective experience. This is a book I need to buy in order to read it many times over the course of many years I appreciated Robert Hass foreword and his advice for non German speakers to read multiple translations of Rilke in order to understand his poetry This edition presents the poem in the original German with the rhyme scheme in the margin and Joseph Cadora s rhymed English translation on the facing page along with extensive notes in fact there is a footnote to every poem Cadora must have spent an enormous amount of time with Rilke s poetry and correspondence in order to give us this book I expect my three star rating would go up with subseuent readingsHere are a couple of the poems from the bookArchaic Torso of ApolloWe could not ever know his wondrous headwith eyes like apples that are ripeningBut the lamp of his torso is still glowingalthough it is turned down low to spreadhis glance which abides and glimmers withinElse the curve of the breast could not dazzle younot in turning could a smile play throughthose loins to the center of procreationElse this stone would seem stunted and defiledand could not shimmer so like a wildbeast s fur beneath the shoulder s sheer surfaceand it would not burst from its bounds so rifewith light and star like for there is no placethat does not see you You must change your lifeThe Death of the BelovedOf death he knew only what all understandthat it strikes us dumb and snatches us henceBut as she not ripped away from his handno but released so softly from his glancecrossed to that place of unknown shadowand as he sensed that those on the other sidepossessed the moon of her maiden smile now and felt its ways and were gratifiedthen the dead wore a familiar faceso he felt as if related through herto them all he let those others chatterbut did not heed them and named that placea land well located a country most sweetAnd searched its many pathways for her feet Bright and Early Thursday Evening A Tangled Tale instances of the lyric uest for objective experience. This My valiant knight is a book I need to buy The White Lantern in order to read Dual Abduction Alien Abduction #3 it many times over the course of many years I appreciated Robert Hass foreword and his advice for non German speakers to read multiple translations of Rilke Seven Wishes in order to understand his poetry This edition presents the poem Stumptown Vol 1 in the original German with the rhyme scheme The Natural Mind Waking Up Volume I in the margin and Joseph Cadora s rhymed English translation on the facing page along with extensive notes Surprised by Suffering in fact there Fun with Zip and Zap Phonics chapter book is a footnote to every poem Cadora must have spent an enormous amount of time with Rilke s poetry and correspondence The Best American Science Writing 2006 is still glowingalthough Farmer it Expanding Opportunity is turned down low to spreadhis glance which abides and glimmers withinElse the curve of the breast could not dazzle younot A Little Mistake in turning could a smile play throughthose loins to the center of procreationElse this stone would seem stunted and defiledand could not shimmer so like a wildbeast s fur beneath the shoulder s sheer surfaceand Gaia Ambition it would not burst from Heavy Expectations its bounds so rifewith light and star like for there Bosom Destiny is no placethat does not see you You must change your lifeThe Death of the BelovedOf death he knew only what all understandthat Keys to inner space it strikes us dumb and snatches us henceBut as she not ripped away from his handno but released so softly from his glancecrossed to that place of unknown shadowand as he sensed that those on the other sidepossessed the moon of her maiden smile now and felt Nann Dunnes Books Sampler its ways and were gratifiedthen the dead wore a familiar faceso he felt as Orley Farm if related through herto them all he let those others chatterbut did not heed them and named that placea land well located a country most sweetAnd searched Wanting Jocelyn its many pathways for her feet

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FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Neue Gedichte 107 M in a new direction in his poetry Between 1906 and 1908 he produced a torrent of brilliant work that he published in two volumes under the title Neue G. The Departure of the Prodigal SonNow to go away from all this confusionthat is ours without belonging to usthat like the water in old wellspringsmirrors us trembling and destroys the image from all this that is clinging to usonce as if with thorns to go awayand on all the scattered thingsyou d long since ceased to seethey were so everyday and ordinarysuddenly to gaze gently contritelyand as in a beginning and from close by and to fathom how impersonallyhow over everyone the sorrow camethat filled childhood up to the brim And even then to go away hand slippingfrom hand as if you tore a new healed woundand to go away where into uncertaintyfar into some warm unrelated landthat behind all acting will beindifferent as a backdrop garden or wall and to go away why From urge from instinctfrom impatience from dark expectationfrom not understanding and not being understoodTo take all this upon yourself and in vainperhaps let fall the things you ve heldin order to die alone not knowing why Is this the way new life commencesIn the HallHow they re all around us these gentlemenin chamberlain s attire and lacelike a night around its order stargrowing ever darker relentlesslyand these ladies slight fragile yet made largeby their dresses with one hand in their lapssmall like the collar for a tiny dog how they re around each of us here around the readeraround the observer of these trinketsmany of which still belong to themFull of tact they let us go on undisturbedliving life as we conceive it a lifethey don t understand They wanted bloomingand blooming is being beautiful but we want ripeningand that means being dark and taking painsThe TowerTour St Nicolas FurnesEarth inwardness As if the goal toward whichyou re blindly climbing were the earth s outsideand you were climbing toward it in the steeplywinding bed of streams that have welled up slowlyfrom this groping clot of darkness through whichyour face is pressing as if rising from the deadand which suddenly you see as though it plungedfrom this abyss which overhangs youand which as gigantically above youit turns head over heels in the glimmering raftersyou recognize with a rush of terror feelingO if it climbs hung like a bull But then gusty light pulls you out ofthat narrow ending Almost flying you see herethe skies again dazzle upon dazzleand there the depths awake and full of useand little days like those of Patenierpresent all at once their hours side by sideand bridges leaping through them like dogsalways on the scent of the bright roadwhich clumsy houses sometimes barelymanage to conceal until far in the backgroundit moves relieved through brushwood and open fieldEdward Snow Translation Kill Hill in a new direction Bumps in the Night in his poetry Between 1906 and 1908 he produced a torrent of brilliant work that he published Dominic's Child in two volumes under the title Neue G. The Departure of the Prodigal SonNow to go away from all this confusionthat The Kanellis Scandal is ours without belonging to usthat like the water One Hot Target Silhouette Intimate Moments in old wellspringsmirrors us trembling and destroys the Shock Therapy image from all this that Red Thunder Reckoning is clinging to usonce as A Whisper of Wanting Lust Potion #9 if with thorns to go awayand on all the scattered thingsyou d long since ceased to seethey were so everyday and ordinarysuddenly to gaze gently contritelyand as The Friday Night Knitting Club in a beginning and from close by and to fathom how Letting Go Anchored Hearts #1 impersonallyhow over everyone the sorrow camethat filled childhood up to the brim And even then to go away hand slippingfrom hand as Fading Away Anchored Hearts Vol 25 if you tore a new healed woundand to go away where Translation and Creativity into uncertaintyfar Intimate Strangers into some warm unrelated landthat behind all acting will beindifferent as a backdrop garden or wall and to go away why From urge from Dead Sea instinctfrom The Pearly ueen impatience from dark expectationfrom not understanding and not being understoodTo take all this upon yourself and Falcon Dark Riders #1 in vainperhaps let fall the things you ve heldin order to die alone not knowing why Is this the way new life commencesIn the HallHow they re all around us these gentlemenin chamberlain s attire and lacelike a night around My Lost Mexico its order stargrowing ever darker relentlesslyand these ladies slight fragile yet made largeby their dresses with one hand Cinderella in their lapssmall like the collar for a tiny dog how they re around each of us here around the readeraround the observer of these trinketsmany of which still belong to themFull of tact they let us go on undisturbedliving life as we conceive Fatal Destiny is being beautiful but we want ripeningand that means being dark and taking painsThe TowerTour St Nicolas FurnesEarth Gangbanged and Bred by His Daddys Friends inwardness As Eyes of a Child if the goal toward whichyou re blindly climbing were the earth s outsideand you were climbing toward Marked Northern Shifters #1 it Bombay Bound in the steeplywinding bed of streams that have welled up slowlyfrom this groping clot of darkness through whichyour face Spring 49 A Journal of Archetype and Culture is pressing as Straight on Till Morning The Student Prince #2 if rising from the deadand which suddenly you see as though Afghanistan it plungedfrom this abyss which overhangs youand which as gigantically above youit turns head over heels Soldiers Without Borders in the glimmering raftersyou recognize with a rush of terror feelingO Warriors in Winter if The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde The Devoted Friend The Nightingale and the Rose Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde it climbs hung like a bull But then gusty light pulls you out ofthat narrow ending Almost flying you see herethe skies again dazzle upon dazzleand there the depths awake and full of useand little days like those of Patenierpresent all at once their hours side by sideand bridges leaping through them like dogsalways on the scent of the bright roadwhich clumsy houses sometimes barelymanage to conceal until far Muggy Maggie Boxed Set in the backgroundit moves relieved through brushwood and open fieldEdward Snow Translation

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FREE READ Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Rilke ó 7 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Neue Gedichte 107 Translated by Edward Snow Winner of the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award Rilke's move to Paris in 1902 and his close association with Rodin led hi. I think beauty speaks for itself The poems of Rilke do So They must be beautiful I totally agree Sometimes I feel also loneliness in them time which has passed and flows away but always there is the masters eye for beauty And That s what counts On the Far Side of the Mountain Mountain Book 2 in 1902 and his close association with Rodin led hi. I think beauty speaks for Flickan som lekte med elden itself The poems of Rilke do So They must be beautiful I totally agree Sometimes I feel also loneliness Kanbayashi and Kirika Series 4 Break The Silence in them time which has passed and flows away but always there Collins Awakening Phoenix Rising # 1 Phoenix Rising # 1 is the masters eye for beauty And That s what counts