Rainer Maria Rilke Quotes 36 quotes and quotations by Rainer Maria Rilke Related Authors Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Bertolt Brecht Novalis Heinrich Heine http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/r/rainer_maria_rilke.html
Extractions: b ) You should search for a Rilke phrase you can't find at least once more using 'ss' instead of '▀'. Since official spelling changed slightly in year 2000 now - in case '▀' stood for a spoken short sharp 's' - use an 'ss' instead of '▀'. For example: "da▀" or "mu▀" must be written as "dass" and "muss".
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Extractions: Duino Elegies are freeform unrhymed verse; The Sonnets to Orpheus: bright, discrete songs, ranging in tone from transcendent to cantankerous. A handful are of drastically inferior quality to the others, as though spuriously added by a surreptitious hand. I believe the explanation is that they had profound sentimental value to Rilke, written at a time of grief at the death of a young friend, the dancer Vera Knoop, and are included on her account.
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Extractions: The Blindman's Song I am blind, you outsiders. It is a curse, a contradiction, a tiresome farce, and every day I despair. I put my hand on the arm of my wife (colorless hand on colorless sleeve) and she walks me through empty air. You push and shove and think that you've been sounding different from stone against stone, but you are mistaken: I alone live and suffer and howl. In me there is an endless outcry and I can't tell what's crying, whether its my broken heart or my bowels. Are the tunes familiar? You don't sing them like this: how could you understand? Each morning the sunlight comes into your house, and you welcome it as a friend. And you know what it's like to see face-to-face; and that tempts you to be
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Extractions: @import url(http://graphics8.nytimes.com/css/topic/screen/200704/topic.css); Search All NYTimes.com Sunday, October 31, 2010 World U.S. N.Y. / Region ... R > Rilke, Rainer Maria E-MAIL News about Rainer Maria Rilke, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. Rilke on Rodin By HUGH EAKIN In 1902, an obscure young poet named Rainer Maria Rilke arrived on the Paris doorstep of Auguste Rodin, armed with an assignment to write a monograph on the French sculptor. At the time, Rilke, fastidious and recently married, was equipped with only halting French; Rodin, unable to read Rilke's lyrical German, was an imperious 62, his creative drive matched only by his skill at seducing the women who posed nude for him. August 1, 2004 Arts Review Lou Andreas-Salome on Rilke By PAULA FRIEDMAN The critic, essayist and novelist Lou Andreas-SalomÚ first met Rainer Maria Rilke in the summer of 1897, when she was 36 and he 22. Both their age difference and SalomÚ's standing as a well- regarded writer helped define their relationship. In the first, passionate years, Rilke often stayed with Andreas-SalomÚ, traveling twice to her homeland, Russia, whose culture, particularly its more primitive embodiments, he eagerly if na´vely embraced. July 27, 2003
Extractions: Letters To A Young Poet Stephen Mitchell Translation One of the founders of this page is riding his bicycle from San Francisco to Los Angeles to help raise money to fight AIDS. Click Here for details, and please sponsor him, or buy one of his shirts. Letter 1 "...ask yourself in the most silent hour of your night: must I write?" Letter 2 "Irony: Don't let yourself be controlled by it, especially during uncreative moments." Letter 3 "I learn it every day of my life, learn it with pain I am grateful for: patience is everything!" Letter 4 "...try to love the questions themselves... books written in a very foreign language." Letter 5 "...there is much beauty here, because everywhere there is much beauty." Letter 6 "...there is only one solitude, and it is vast, heavy, difficult to bear..." Letter 7 "...that something is difficult must be one more reason for us to do it." Letter 8 "...ask yourself whether these large sadnesses haven't rather gone right through you..." Letter 9 "...that you may find in yourself enough patience to endure and enough simplicity to have faith..." Letter 10 "Art too is just a way of living..."