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[BOOKS] ✪ Neue Gedichte Author Rainer Maria Rilke – Getup-party.de 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 him in a new direction in his poetry Between 1906 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.

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.

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PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de

PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de Rainer Maria Rilke is considered one of the German language's greatest 20th century poets His haunting images tend to focus on the difficulty of communion with the ineffable in an age of disbelief solitude and profound anxiety — themes that tend to position him as a transitional figure between the traditional and the modernist poetsHe wrote in both verse and a highly lyrical prose His two mos

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  1. Annelies Annelies says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBI 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


  2. Marc Marc says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBNice Edition and especially good text comment And of course beautiful thing poems particularly those about his journey in Flanders


  3. Lou Last Lou Last says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBSomehow 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 for everythingThe Last JudgmentSo frightened beyond their wildest frightdisordered often full of holes and loosethey hunker down in the exploded furrowsof their field not to be dissuadedof their shrouds which they have grown to likeBut angels come and begin at onceto trickle oil into the dried out socketsand to put in each one’s armpitswhatever in the tumult of that lifeits user managed not to desecrate;for it still has a bit of warmth thereso that it won’t chill the hand of Godwhen up above from either side he gentlygrasps it to feel if it’s still goodEveSimply she stands at the cathedral’sgreat ascent close to the rose windowholding the apple in the apple poseguiltless guilty once and for all ti


  4. Cassandra Cassandra says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBI 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 to see what I make of it them; they do have the weight of objects as he wished poems as created things with concrete reality to them despite being only in words


  5. Lou Last Lou Last says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBThe 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


  6. Hundeschlitten Hundeschlitten says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBI 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 is soon diving into the immediate sensations and insights of life as it is truly lived


  7. Sherry Elmer Sherry Elmer says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBThis 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


  8. Caleb Caleb says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBDavid 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 young boys stand stretchedslim and breathing


  9. Ci Ci says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBPerhaps the following poem summarizes my first impression of Rilke's New PoemsThe Rose Window In there The lazy pacing of their paws creates a stillness that's almost dizzying; and how then suddenly one of the cats takes the gaze on i


  10. Cassandra Cassandra says:

    PDF/EPUB Neue Gedichte eBook â ↠ getup party.de neue kindle, gedichte kindle, Neue Gedichte PDF/EPUBMany 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 seem a little off; I had an enjoyable time putting one of my favourites The Olive Garden into Google translate in the German and seeing what it came up with Rilke wrote so much and so much of it is good but I think many of these may be his best Some of them seem as though they would have been shocking in their day P


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