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Duino Elegies ➿ Duino Elegies Free ➶ Author Rainer Maria Rilke – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk We Have A Marvelous, Almost Legendary, Image Of The Circumstances In Which The Composition Of This Great Poem Began Rilke Was Staying At A Castle Duino On The Sea Near Trieste One Morning He Walked Ou We Have A Marvelous, Almost Legendary, Image Of The Circumstances In Duino Elegies PDF or Which The Composition Of This Great Poem Began Rilke Was Staying At A Castle Duino On The Sea Near Trieste One Morning He Walked Out On The Battlements And Climbed Down To Where The Rocks Dropped Sharply To The Sea From Out Of The Wind, Which Was Blowing With Great Force, Rilke Seemed To Hear A Voice Wer, Wenn Ich Schriee, Horte Mich Denn Aus Der Engel Ordnungen If I Cried Out, Who Would Hear Me Up There, Among The Angelic Orders He Wrote These Words, The Opening Of The First Duino Elegy, In His Notebook, Then Went Inside To Continue What Was To Be His Major Work And One Of The Literary Masterpieces Of The Century.

    Duino Elegies PDF ☆ Duino Elegies PDF or Out On The Battlements And Climbed Down To Where The Rocks Dropped Sharply To The Sea From Out Of The Wind, Which Was Blowing With Great Force, Rilke Seemed To Hear A Voice Wer, Wenn Ich Schriee, Horte Mich Denn Aus Der Engel Ordnungen If I Cried Out, Who Would Hear Me Up There, Among The Angelic Orders He Wrote These Words, The Opening Of The First Duino Elegy, In His Notebook, Then Went Inside To Continue What Was To Be His Major Work And One Of The Literary Masterpieces Of The Century."/>
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Duino Elegies
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • English
  • 02 July 2018
  • 0393328848

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  1. Camille Stein Camille Stein says:

    Rainer Maria Rilke 1875 1926 Es penoso estar muerto y, trabajoso,ir recobrando poco a poco un m nimode eternidad.Pero todos los vivos cometen el errorde querer distinguir con excesivarotundidad Los ngeles se dice ignoran a veces si est n entre los vivos,quiz s, o entre los muertos El eternotorrente arrastra las edades todaspor ambos reinos y, en medio de los dos,logra hacer o r sus voces Y nosotrosmeros espectadoresen todo tiempo, en todos los lugares,vueltos Rainer Maria Rilke 1875 1926 Es penoso estar muerto y, trabajoso,ir recobrando poco a poco un m nimode eternidad.Pero todos los vivos cometen el errorde querer distinguir con excesivarotundidad Los ngeles se dice ignoran a veces si est n entre los vivos,quiz s, o entre los muertos El eternotorrente arrastra las edades todaspor ambos reinos y, en medio de los dos,logra hacer o r sus voces Y...

  2. Pantelis Pantelis says:

    I believe in angels God has nothing to do with itTo read in tandem with Wenders and Handke s The Wings of Desire

  3. David Lentz David Lentz says:

    In Duino Elegies it seems as if Rilke is explaining the meaning of his life indirectly to God through divine messengers the presence of whom we can scarcely sense The 10 elegies succeed in finding the world in a word, as William H Gass advised was the objective of the most earnest poets Rilke s greatness emanates from his fearlessness in taking on an epic macro perspective He is, after all, peering out into the universe and hearing the whispers of angels to inspire him Who, if I cried out In Duino Elegies it seems as if Rilke is explaining the meaning of his life indirectly to God through divine messengers the presence of whom we can scarcely sense The 10 elegies succeed in finding the world in a word, as William H Gass advised was the objective of the most earnest poets Rilke s greatness emanates from his fearlessness in taking on an epic macro perspective He is, after all, peering out into the universe and hearing the whispers of angels to inspire him Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the AngelicOrders and what if one of them would suddenlytake me to his heart Rilke in the First Elegy goes on to say that Beauty is nothing else but the beginning of terror, which we are just able to bear and we are stunned by it because it so serenely disdains to destroy us This is fairly bold, even daunting positioning for a poet and Rilke means to attack the big stuff He is grand like Faust addressing Mephistopheles Or Mi...

  4. rahul rahul says:

    I was trying to understand beauty.How silly of me One elegy after another,I realized you submit to beauty and itsconsequences which hopefully last in you, or so you wish.And complete surrender is a journey on a bridge of understanding with cables of faith dangling and hol...

  5. Jesse Jesse says:

    These poems blew my mind, kicked my ass and sent chills down my back Never have poems so resonated with that dark secret place I keep hidden from view But these poems threw back the curtain and shined with angelic vengeance upon my internal cowardice And this, really, is what I want poems to do let me know I am not alone and that others have felt as despondant and helpless in a very mental and spiritual way as I have I almost didn t finish reading the poems because I felt my heart being s These poems blew my mind, kicked my ass and sent chills down my back Never have poems so resonated with that dark secret place I keep hidden from view But these poems threw back the ...

  6. Matt Matt says:

    I thought Stephen Mitchell s translation was the best that could ever possibly exist I was, happily, totally wrong I picked this up at a friend s house by chance and was completely absorbed The Chrichtons bring out a sort of conversational quality in the writing which I hadn t been aware even existed Rilke s meditations are spectral, evanescent, secular and luminous I didn t know there were other ways to appraoch the Elegies and now I see that there s a whole new world inside this text I wa I thought Stephen Mitchell s translation was the best that could ever possibly exist I was, happily, totally wrong I picked this up at a friend s house by chance and was completely absorbed The Chrichtons bring out a sort of conversational quality in the writing which I hadn t been aware even existed Rilke s meditations are spectral, evanescent, secular and luminous I didn t know there were other ways to appraoch the Elegies and ...

  7. Denis Denis says:

    I find writing about poetry extremely difficult because we enter the realm of pure emotions, of the perfect magic that words can possess, and what each reader thinks, and feels, when reading a poem, is not only very personal but also, quite often, impossible to define and to reduce into a few sentences Therefore I rarely review the poetry books that I own, on this site But Rilke could well be my favorite poet, for reasons that I can t explain, except that the scope of his visions, both extraor I find writing about poetry extremely difficult because we enter the realm of pure emotions, of the perfect magic that words can possess, and what each reader thinks, and feels, when reading a poem, is not only very personal but also, quite often, impossible to define and to reduce into a few sentences Therefore I rarely review the poetry books that I own, on this site But Rilke could well be my favorite poet, for reasons that I can t explain, except that the scope of his visions, both extraordinarily intimate and magnificently epic, and the power of his writing, touch me deeply The Duino Elegies have been applauded by basically everybody, and are considered, for good reasons, as one of of the most intensely evocative work of poetry of the German language I do understand a little bit of German, but not enough to be able to read Rilke in his native tongue, and that s too bad as good as a translation is, it al...

  8. Peter Schmidt Peter Schmidt says:

    Rilke s Duino Elegies are a contender for the greatest lyric sequence of the 20th century in a century that featured some really great ones, by Yeats, H.D Trilogy , Eliot, Stevens Auroras of Autumn in particular , Pound, Hughes, Hayden, Merrill, and many others could be named Lots of the translations of Rilke s Elegies in English are really mediocre turgid Rilke is a complete contradiction in terms David Young s is by far the best in print for English speaking readers These versions by p Rilke s Duino Elegies are a contender for the greatest lyric sequence of the 20t...

  9. Özgür Özgür says:

    Rilke nin dima ndan farkl olaca n d nd m bir kitapt olaca n dememdeki sebep ise iirler a tlar hissiyat ma ok yak n ba layarak, her a tta bir ad m daha uzakla arak maalesef kayboldu zellikle birilerine ithaf edilmi ok a t var Ki ileri de bilmemekten kaynakl uzaktan bakan ki i oldum.Sorun bende mi acaba diye rencilerime de derslerde bir ka a t okudum, genel yap s ndan ba ka ok da fazla his uyand rmad.Yine de aralardan se ti im par a c mleler ve tamlamalar paylaRilke nin dima ndan farkl olaca n d nd m bir kitapt olaca n dememdeki sebep ise iirler a tlar hissiyat ma ok yak n ba layarak, her a tta bir ad m daha uzakla arak maalesef kayboldu zellikle birilerine ithaf edilmi ok a t var Ki ileri de bilmemekten kaynakl uzaktan bakan ki i oldum.Sorun bende mi acaba diye rencilerime de derslerde bir ka a t okudum, genel yap s ndan ba ka ok da fazla his uyand rmad.Yine de aralardan se ti im par a c mleler ve tamlamalar payla mak i...

  10. Carmo Carmo says:

    Provavelmente merece 5 , mas de t o metaf rico que , senti me afundar num abismo de sombras e emergir b bada de ignor ncia.

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