Rainer Maria Rilke In 1903, Rilke replied in a series of 10 letters to a student who had submitted some verses to the well-known Austrian poet for an assessment. Written during an important stage in Rilke's artistic development, these letters contain many of the themes that later appeared in his best works. Essential reading for scholars, poetry lovers.
Rosicrucian Order, AMORC, Ralph Maxwell Lewis, G.R.S. Mead, Alexander J. Broquet, Steven Armstrong, Ovid, Rainer Maria Rilke, Jean Cocteau, Ralph Abraham, Joscelyn Godwin & Olga Delofeu This issue of the Rosicrucian Digest presents a compendium of materials that provide a solid introduction to the most important aspects of the Orphic Mysteries.
Rainer Maria Rilke 'What matters is to live everything. Live the questions for now.'
A hugely influential collection for writers and artists of all kinds, Rilke's profound and lyrical letters to a young friend advise on writing, love, sex, suffering and the nature of advice itself.
One of 46 new books in the bestselling Little Black Classics series, to celebrate the first ever Penguin Classic in 1946. Each book gives readers a taste of the Classics' huge range and diversity, with works from around the world and across the centuries - including fables, decadence, heartbreak, tall tales, satire, ghosts, battles and elephants.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Stephen Mitchell The ten letters collected here are arguably the most famous and beloved letters of our century. Written when Rainer Maria Rilke was himself still a young man with most of his greatest work before him, they are addressed to a student who had sent Rilke some of his work, asking for advice about becoming a writer. The two never met, but over a period of several years Rilke wrote him these ten letters, which have been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of readers for what Stephen Mitchell calls the "vibrant and deeply felt experience of life" that informs them.
Rainer Maria Rilke These ten letters, written by one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century, offer deep and sincere advice to the young poet. They touch on all aspects of life and are valuable to anyone wishing to be a poet and to those who are not. Written with power, style, and conviction these letters will guide and inspire anyone who reads them.
Rainer Maria Rilke Das erste, zunächst als Die Gebete betitelte Buch entstand vom 20. September bis 14. Oktober 1899 in Berlin-Schmargendorf, wo Rilke auch den Cornet niedergeschrieben hatte. Den mittleren Teil des Zyklus schrieb er (nach der Heirat mit Clara Westhoff) vom 18. bis 25. September 1901 in Westerwede, während das letzte Buch vom 13. bis 20. April 1903 nicht mehr in Deutschland, sondern im italienischen Viareggio verfasst wurde.
Rainer Maria Rilke, Stephen Mitchell & Robert Hass "This miracle of a book, perhaps the most beautiful group of poetic translations this century has ever produced," (Chicago Tribune) should stand as the definitive English language version.
Rainer Maria Rilke Every page is stamped with Rilke's characteristic grace, and the book is free of the breathless effect that occasionally mars his poetry. His ideas on gender and the role of the artist are also surprisingly prescient. And even his retrograde comment on the "beauty of the virgin" (which the poet derives from the fact that she "has not yet achieved anything") is counterbalanced by his perception that "the sexes are more related than we think." Those looking for an alluring image of the solitary artist--and for an astonishing quotient of wisdom--will find both in Letters to a Young Poet.
Rainer Maria Rilke This comprehensive eBook presents the complete works or all the significant works - the Œuvre - of this famous and brilliant writer in one ebook - easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate: • Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke • Auguste Rodin • Evening • Mary Virgin • The Book of Pictures:
• Presaging • Autumn • Silent Hour • The Angels • Solitude • Kings in Legends • The Knight • The Boy • Initiation • The Neighbour • Song of the Statue • Maidens I • Maidens II • The Bride • Autumnal Day • The Book of Pictures:
• Moonlight Night • In April • Memories of a Childhood • Death • The Ashantee • Remembrance • Music • Maiden Melancholy • Maidens at Confirmation • The Woman who Loves • Pont du Carrousel • Madness • Lament • Symbols • New Poems:
• Early Apollo • The Tomb of a Young Girl • The Poet • The Panther • Growing Blind • The Spanish Dancer • Offering • Love Song • Archaic Torso of Apollo • The Book of Hours: The Book of a Monk's Life • I Live my Life in Circles • Many have Painted Her • In Cassocks Clad • Thou Anxious One • I Love My Life's Dark Hours • The Book of Pilgrimage • By Day Thou Art The Legend and The Dream • All Those Who Seek Thee • In a House Was One • Extinguish My Eyes • In the Deep Nights • The Book of Poverty and Death • Her Mouth • Alone Thou Wanderest • A Watcher of Thy Spaces • etc.
Rainer Maria Rilke Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge ist ein 1910 veröffentlichter Roman in Tagebuchform von Rainer Maria Rilke - sein einziger Roman. Die Aufzeichnungen haben einen bewusst fragmentarischen und (besonders zu Beginn) tagebuchähnlichen Charakter, und sie besitzen auch keinen durchgehenden Handlungsstrang. Dennoch sind sie durch die inneren Konflikte Maltes verbunden. Der Roman beginnt im Paris der Wende des neunzehnten auf das zwanzigste Jahrhundert. Die Aufzeichnungen umfassen Maltes Pariser Erlebnisse, seine Kindheitserinnerungen und seine Bearbeitung von historischen Begebenheiten und Geschichten. Einige Themenschwerpunkte sind Tod und Krankheit, Angst und Verzweiflung, Armut und Elend, Sprache und Wirklichkeit, Schicksal und Leben, Identität und Rollen, Künstler und Gesellschaft, Liebe und Einsamkeit
Rainer Maria Rilke & Babette Deutsch One of the most powerful poetry collections of the twentieth century, now in a beautiful new edition
Although The Book of Hours is the work of Rilke’s youth, it contains the germ of his mature convictions. Written as spontaneously received prayers, these poems celebrate a God who is not the Creator of the Universe but rather humanity itself and, above all, that most intensely conscious part of humanity, the artist. Babette Deutsch’s classic translations—born from “the pure desire to sing what the poet sang” (Ursula K. Le Guin)—capture the rich harmony and suggestive imagery of the originals, transporting the reader to new heights of inspiration and musicality.
Rainer Maria Rilke Duino Elegies
are the ten magnificent poems that defined the Austrian poet, Rainer
Maria Rilke's artistic vision of life, death, eternity, and the human
von Thurn und Taxis-Hohenlohe invited Rilke to stay at her castle in
the coast of the Adriatic Sea near .
He stayed alone in the castle for about four months and, on a cold day in
January, 1912, when he was contemplating how to answer a business letter that
he received, he walked out into the freezing windy morning and, walking along a
path by the bastions looking down at the violent waves of the Adriatic a couple
of hundred feet below him, he heard someone speak, but when he turned around,
he was alone and the voice that he heard spoke the famous opening lines of the
First Elegy: Wer, wenn ich schriee, hrte mich denn aus der Engel/ Ordnungen?
if I cried out, would hear me among the
Angelic/ Orders?). Dr. Gartner presents a new translation of
Rilke's magnum opus as well as of a selection of ten famous poems from
Rilke's collected works.
Rainer Maria Rilke Ausgangspunkt der Erzählung ist ein Regest (die Zusammenfassung einer Urkunde) in einer alten Chronik. Das Dokument berichtet von der Übertragung des Besitzanteils Christoph Rilkes, der 1663 im Türkenkrieg gefallen war, an seinen Bruder Otto. Alternativ zum kurzen Chronikeintrag bietet Rilke die Geschichte vom Zug des Christoph Rilke von Langenau nach Ungarn und seinem dortigen Tod an.
Rainer Maria Rilke Man kann gut denken, dass Bilder im Saale sind: tiefe, träumerische in ruhigen Rahmen. Ein Giorgione vielleicht oder so ein purpurdunkles Porträt von einem nach Tizian, etwa dem Paris Bordone. Dann weiss man, dass Blumen da sind. Grosse erstaunte Blumen, die den ganzen Tag in tiefen, kühlen Bronzeschalen liegen und Düfte singen: müssige Blumen.
Und müssige Menschen. Zwei, drei oder fünf. Immer wieder streckt sich das Licht aus dem Riesenkamin und beginnt sie zu zählen. Aber es irrt sich immer wieder.
Rainer Maria Rilke Dieses Buch ist lauter Vergangenheit. Heimat und Kindheit – beide längst fern – sind sein Hintergrund. – Ich würde es heute nicht so, und darum wohl überhaupt nicht geschrieben haben. Aber damals als ich es schrieb, war es mir notwendig. Es hat mir Halbvergessenes lieb gemacht und mich damit beschenkt; denn wir besitzen von der Vergangenheit nur das, was wir lieben. Und wir wollen alles Erlebte besitzen.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Ulrich Baer Gleaned from Rainer Maria Rilke’s voluminous, never-before-translated correspondence, this volume offersthe best writings and personal philosophy of one of the twentieth century’s greatest poets. The result is a profound vision of how the human drive to create and understand can guide us in every facet of life. Arranged by theme–from everyday existence with others to the exhilarations of love and the experience of loss, from dealing with adversity to the nature of inspiration–here are Rilke’s thoughts on how to infuse everyday life with beauty, wonder, and meaning. Intimate, stylistically masterful, brilliantly translated and assembled, and brimming with the passion of Rilke,Letters on Life is a font of wisdom and a perfect book for all occasions.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Ulrich Baer “You have to live life to the limit, not according to each day but by plumbing its depth.” –RAINER MARIA RILKE
In this treasury of uncommon wisdom and spiritual insight,the best writings and personal philosophies of one of the twentieth century’s greatest poets, Rainer Maria Rilke, are gleaned by Ulrich Baer from thousands of pages of never-before translated correspondence.
The result is a profound vision of how the human drive to create and understand can guide us in every facet of life. Arranged by theme–from everyday existence with others to the exhilarations of love and the experience of loss, from dealing with adversity to the nature of inspiration, here are Rilke’s thoughts on how to live life in a meaningful way:
Life and Living: “How good life is. How fair, how incorruptible, how impossible to deceive: not even by strength, not even by willpower, and not even by courage. How everything remains what it is and has only this choice: to come true, or to exaggerate and push too far.”
Art: “The work of art is adjustment, balance, reassurance. It can be neither gloomy nor full of rosy hopes, for its essence consists of justice.”
Faith: “I personally feel a greater affinity to all those religions in which the middleman is less essential or almost entirely suppressed.”
Love: “To be loved means to be ablaze. To love is: to shine with inexhaustible oil. To be loved is to pass away; to love is to last.”
Intimate, stylistically masterful, brilliantly translated, and brimming with the wonder and passion of Rilke, The Poet’s Guide to Life is comparable to the best works of wisdom in all of literature and a perfect book for all occasions.
Rainer Maria Rilke & M. D. Herter Norton Rilke's timeless letters about poetry, sensitive observation, and the complicated workings of the human heart.
Born in 1875, the great German lyric poet Rainer Maria Rilke published his first collection of poems in 1898 and went on to become renowned for his delicate depiction of the workings of the human heart. Drawn by some sympathetic note in his poems, young people often wrote to Rilke with their problems and hopes. From 1903 to 1908 Rilke wrote a series of remarkable responses to a young, would-be poet on poetry and on surviving as a sensitive observer in a harsh world. Those letters, still a fresh source of inspiration and insight, are accompanied here by a chronicle of Rilke's life that shows what he was experiencing in his own relationship to life and work when he wrote them.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Ulrich Baer From the author of Letters to a Young Poet, one of the greatest letter collections of all time, comes a new selection of the great poet's writings to bereaved friends and acquaintances, reflecting on death and dying, providing comfort in a time of grief.
Gleaned from Rainer Maria Rilke's voluminous, never-before-translated correspondence, this book collects the poet's best writings on grief and loss in one place for the first time. The result is a profound vision of the mourning process and a meditation on death's place in our lives, as well as a compilation of sensitive and moving expressions of consolation and condolence. Following the format of Rilke's classic, Letters to a Young Poet, this volume arranges a series of letters to Rilke's mourning friends, composed into a continuous, uninterrupted sequence, showcasing the full range of Rilke's thoughts on finding meaning and, perhaps, some form of comfort in the process of grieving.
Rainer Maria Rilke Neue Gedichte ist eine zweiteilige Sammlung von Gedichten von böhmisch-österreichischen Dichter und Schriftsteller Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) geschrieben. Der erste Band, mit Elisabeth und Karl von der Heydt gewidmet. Der zweite Band (Neue Gedichte: Der andere Teil), zu Auguste Rodin, diese Gedichte, von denen viele Sonette gewidmet, oft intensiv auf die visuelle konzentriert. Sie zeigen Rilke sich der objektiven Welt und der Menschen, unter denen er lebt. Die Gedichte sind erstaunlich konzentriert: sowohl kurz- und Verdichten einer Tiefe Erfahrung in kleine Kompass. Er nannte sie Dinggedichte, was wörtlich übersetzt "Thing-Gedichte", die beabsichtigen, zeigen beide, dass die Gedichte über "Dinge" und die Gedichte geworden war, so konzentriert und ganz in sich selbst waren, die Dinge (poetische Objekte) selbst.
Rainer Maria Rilke, Charlie Louth & Lewis Hyde The ten letters collected here are arguably the most famous and beloved letters of our century. Written when Rainer Maria Rilke was himself still a young man with most of his greatest work before him, they are addressed to a student who had sent Rilke some of his work, asking for advice about becoming a writer. The two never met, but over a period of several years Rilke wrote him these ten letters, which have been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of readers for what Stephen Mitchell calls the "vibrant and deeply felt experience of life" that informs them.
Rainer Maria Rilke This is the definitive, widely acclaimed translation of the major prose work of one of our century's greatest poets -- "a masterpiece like no other" (Elizabeth Hardwick) -- Rilke's only novel, extraordinary for its structural uniqueness and purity of language. First published in 1910, it has proven to be one of the most influential and enduring works of fiction of our century.
Malte Laurids Brigge is a young Danish nobleman and poet living in Paris. Obsessed with death and with the reality that lurks behind appearances, Brigge muses on his family and their history and on the teeming, alien life of the city. Many of the themes and images that occur in Rilke's poetry can also be found in the novel, prefiguring the modernist movement in its self-awareness and imagistic immediacy.
Rainer Maria Rilke These ten letters, written by one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century, offer deep and sincere advice to the young poet. They touch on all aspects of life and are valuable to anyone wishing to be a poet and to those who are not. Written with power, style, and conviction these letters will guide and inspire anyone who reads them.
Rainer Maria Rilke Es ist eine sammlung der sehr netten Gedichte von Rainer Maria Rilke . er benutzt die worter im ganzen Gedicht, die die leser sehr interessant finden. Rainer Maria Rilke ist ein sehr bekannter dichter dieser Zeit und hat so vile beruehmte Gedichte geschrieben. jeder leser der Gedichten interessieren sich fuer das Gedicht “das Buch der Bilder. ” Das Gedicht ist eines des besten Werk von Rainer Maria Rilke.
Rainer Maria Rilke Erste Gedichte is a Gedicht von Rainer Maria Rilke. Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Dichter der deutschen Sprache. Seine eindringlichen Bildern konzentrieren sich auf die Schwierigkeit der Gemeinschaft mit dem unaussprechlichen in einem Zeitalter des Unglaubens, Einsamkeit und tiefgreifende Angst: Themen, die ihn als Übergangsfigur zwischen der traditionellen und der modernistischen Dichter Position neigen. Er schrieb sowohl in Versen und einem hoch lyrische Prosa. Unter englischsprachigen Leser, ist sein bekanntestes Werk, die Duineser Elegien; seine zwei berühmtesten Prosawerke sind die Briefe an einen jungen Dichter und die halbautobiographischen Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge. Er schrieb auch mehr als 400 Gedichte in Französisch, in sein Heimatland der Wahl, des Kantons Wallis in der Schweiz gewidmet. ".
Rainer Maria Rilke & Joel Agee Rilke's prayerful responses to the french master's beseeching art
For a long time nothing, and then suddenly one has the right eyes.
Virtually every day in the fall of 1907, Rainer Maria Rilke returned to a Paris gallery to view a Cezanne exhibition. Nearly as frequently, he wrote dense and joyful letters to his wife, Clara Westhoff, expressing his dismay before the paintings and his ensuing revelations about art and life.
Rilke was knowledgeable about art and had even published monographs, including a famous study of Rodin that inspired his New Poems. But Cezanne's impact on him could not be conveyed in a traditional essay. Rilke's sense of kinship with Cezanne provides a powerful and prescient undercurrent in these letters -- passages from them appear verbatim in Rilke's great modernist novel, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge. Letters on Cezanne is a collection of meaningfully private responses to a radically new art.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Stephen Mitchell Available for the first time in a single volume, Ranier Maria Rilke’s two most beloved sequences of poems rendered by his most faithful translator. Rilke is unquestionably the twentieth century’s most significant and compelling poet of romantic transformation and spiritual quest. His poems of ecstatic identification with the world exert perennial fascination. In Stephen Mitchell’s versions of Rilke’s two greatest masterpieces readers will discover an English rendering that captures the lyric intensity, fluency, and reach of his poetry. Stephen Mitchell adheres impeccably to Rilke’s text, to his formal music, and to the complexity of his thought; at the same time, Mitchell’s work has authority and power as poetry in its own right.
Rainer Maria Rilke COMPOSED IN A BURST of inspiration near the end of the poet's life, Rilke's Sonnets to Orpheus represents the consummation of the writer's career, distilling the essence of his poetic wisdom in a gem-like sequence. This new translation--with the original German on facing pages--offers a clear window into the world of this endlessly scintillating cycle of poems.
"Daniel Polikoff's English version of Rilke's last sonnet sequence, perhaps his greatest work, is wholly admirable. Rilke's late work is extremely difficult to penetrate. Both its conceptual nature and Rilke's unique use of the German language tend to resist interpretation. Astonishingly, Polikoff has found ways of rendering Rilke's complexities into English and also preserving his metrical and rhyme schemes. Such an accomplishment is possible only with a deep understanding of Rilke's vision and a knowledge of the root structure of German. Daniel Polikoff gives us Rilke in word and spirit in these splendid Sonnets."--LISEL MUELLER, National Book Award for Poetry (1981) for The Need to Hold Still; Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (1997) for Alive Together: New & Selected Poems
"Daniel Polikoff is the first to achieve the unimaginable: an English translation which brings the form and content of these Sonnets together into an organic confluence. These new translations lift our understanding of Rilke's spiritual and aesthetic inspiration up to a whole different level, one accessible for the first time to the English reader. As a professor of German literature who has taught these sonnets for over thirty years, I can only thank Daniel Polikoff for this phenomenal accomplishment. His version should serve as the new standard for Rilke translations and belongs on the bookshelves of every poetry lover."--LUDWIG MAX FISCHER, author of Seasons of the Soul: The Poetic Guidance of Herman Hesse
"This is a uniquely faithful, skillful, and eloquent translation of one of the greatest poems of the 20th century. I salute Daniel Polikoff and recommend his wonderful work to all seekers and lovers of poetry."--ANDREW HARVEY, author of Teachings of Rumi
Rainer Maria Rilke "Rilke's observations are wonderfully astute. For readers interested in either [sculpture or poetry], this volume is a treat." — The Christian Science Monitor During the early 1900s, the great German poet lived and worked in Paris with Auguste Rodin. In a work as revealing of its author as it is of his famous subject, Rainer Maria Rilke examines Rodin's life and work, and explains the often elusive connection between the creative forces that drive timeless literature and great art. Rilke served for several years as Rodin's secretary — living in the sculptor's workshops, watching the shaping of his creations, and discussing his views and ideas. Written in 1903 and 1907, these essays about the master's work and development as an artist mark Rilke's entry into the world of letters. Rodin himself paid the poet the ultimate tribute, declaring these meditations the supreme interpretation of his work. This excellent translation, complemented by 33 illustrations, will fascinate students of literature, philosophy, and art history.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Karl Werner Maurer Rainer Rilke is considered one of the most significant poets in the German language. The letters in this book were written by Rilke to Franz Kappus, a 19-year-old student at the Military Academy of Vienna. Discouraged by the prospect of military life, Kappus began to send his poetry to the 27-year-old Rilke, seeking both literary criticism and career advice. After Rilke's death, Kappus assembled and published the letters. Although the first letter from Kappus asked for critiques of his poetry, Rilke gave him very little during their correspondence. He also discouraged Kappus from reading criticism, advising him to trust his inner judgment. Instead, the majority of the letters address personal issues that Kappus revealed to Rilke; their span is tremendous, ranging from atheism, loneliness, sexuality, and career choices.
John J. L. Mood & Rainer Maria Rilke An anthology of Rilke's strongest poetry and prose for both aficionados and new readers.
Here is a mini-anthology of poetry and prose for both aficionados and those readers discovering Rainer Maria Rilke for the first time. John J. L. Mood has assembled a collection of Rilke's strongest work, presenting commentary along with the selections. Mood links into an essay passages from letters that show Rilke's profound understanding of men and women and his ardent spirituality, rooted in the senses.
Combining passion and sensitivity, the poems on love presented here are often not only sensual but sexual as well. Others pursue perennial themes in his work—death and life, growth and transformation. The book concludes with Rilke's reflections on wisdom and openness to experience, on grasping what is most difficult and turning what is most alien into that which we can most trust.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Edward Snow For the past twenty-five years, North Point Press has been working with Edward Snow, "Rilke's best contemporary translator" (Brian Phillips, The New Republic), to bring into English Rilke's major poetic works. The Poetry of Rilke—the single most comprehensive volume of Rilke's German poetry ever to be published in English—is the culmination of this effort. With more than two hundred and fifty selected poems by Rilke, including complete translations of the Sonnets to Orpheus and the Duino Elegies, The Poetry of Rilke spans the arc of Rilke's work, from the breakthrough poems of The Book of Hours to the visionary masterpieces written only weeks before his death. This landmark bilingual edition also contains all of Snow's commentaries on Rilke, as well as an important new introduction by the award-winning poet Adam Zagajewski. The Poetry of Rilke will stand as the authoritative single-volume translation of Rilke into English for years to come.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Philip Dossick The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge is the only novel written by the poet, Rainer Maria Rilke. The novel, written in journal form, follows one Malte Brigge, a sorrowful young writer living in squalor. Malte is the last descendent of an aristocratic family and, as he walks the streets of Paris alone, he describes his impressions of the city’s horrors—its outcasts and beggars, its disfigured and emotionally wounded, and becomes increasingly preoccupied with thoughts of poverty, decay and death. The work is thought to be highly autobiographical.
RAINER MARIA RILKE (1875-1926) was one of the most important German poets and novelists of the twentieth century. His writings include one novel and several collections of poetry, including Letters To A Young Poet, and Duino Elegies, in which he invokes haunting images that focus on an age of disbelief, solitude, and profound anxiety. The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge is considered one of the greatest modernist novels of the twentieth century and frequently appears on lists of the 100 greatest novels of all time.
“Extraordinary...Malte Brigge may be given to many melancholy reflections on death, but what he really cares about is love, and TheNotebooks is a sustained, if rambling meditation on the subject that would have baffled early readers, but has since proved hugely influential, and is haunting and moving to boot.” Nicholas Lezard —The Guardian
Sophie Leiss, Rainer Maria Rilke, Theodor Storm, Christian Morgenstern, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Joseph von Eichendorff, Ludwig Thoma, Paul Keller, Achim von Arnim & Andreas Gryphius ★ Illustrierte Ausgabe
Von drauß’ vom Walde komm ich her; Ich muss euch sagen, es weihnachtet sehr... Zu keiner anderen Zeit im Jahr sind Gedichte so beliebt wie an Weihnachten. Kein Wunder: Voller Poesie, entführen sie uns ins Winterwunderland, manchmal auch zurück in unsere Kindheit und zeigen uns den wahren Zauber der Weihnacht - die Bedeutung der Liebe.
Lassen Sie sich verzaubern! Und wer weiß... Vielleicht sagen Sie und Ihre Familie ja dieses Jahr mal wieder unter dem Christbaum ein Gedicht auf!?
DIE SCHÖNSTEN GEDICHTE
Die schönsten und wichtigsten Weihnachtsgedichte der Deutschen. Zum Lesen. Zum Träumen. Und zum Aufsagen an Heiligabend. Freuen Sie sich auf:
★ “Knecht Ruprecht” von Theodor Storm
★ “Vom Christkind” von Anna Ritter
★ “Weihnachten” von Joseph von Eichendorff
★ “Advent (Es treibt der Wind im Winterwalde)” von Rainer Maria Rilke
★ “Der Weihnachtsbaum” von Ernst Moritz Arndt
★ "Weihnacht" von Klabund
★ “Weihnacht" von Bertha Behrens
★ “Weihnachten" von Arno Holz
★ “Weihnachtslied" von Detlev von Liliencron
★ “Christkindchen" von Anna Ritter
★ “Weihnachten" von Ludwig Thoma
★ “Weihnachtslied" von Theodor Storm
★ “Das Tannenbäumlein" von Christian Morgenstern
★ “Weihnachten” von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
★ “Kriegsweihnacht 1916" von Paul Keller
★ “Weihnachts-Wünsche" von Richard Zoozmann
★ “Des fremden Kindes heiliger Christ" von Friedrich Rückert
★ “Der Weihnachtsbaum" von Robert Reinick
★ "Am Weihnachtsbaum die Lichter brennen" von Hermann Kletke
★ “Weihnachtsabend" von Theodor Storm
★ “Schlittschuhlaufen" von Wolfgang Müller von Königswinter
★ “Ich ward beschenkt für ein Gedicht" von Joachim Ringelnatz
★ “Weihnachtslied" von Jochen Klepper
★ “Ein Wunderborn" von Friedrich Hofmann
★ “Weihnachtszeit" von Johann Karl W. Geisheim
★ “Weihnachten" von Kurt Tucholsky
★ “Weihnachtsfreude" von Johann Karl W. Geisheim
★ “Adventslied" von Paul Keller
★ “Über die Geburt Jesu" von Andreas Gryphius
★ “Einladung auf Weihnachten" von Friedrich Rückert
★ “Die Weihnachtsfeier des Seemanns Kuttel Daddeldu" von Joachim Ringelnatz
★ “Weihnachtsspaziergang" von Otto Ernst
★ “Weihnachtslied" von Felix Dahn
★ “Weihnachtsepistel" von Otto Ernst
★ “Einsiedlers heiliger Abend" von Joachim Ringelnatz
★ “Und Friede auf Erden" von Albert Traeger
★ “Weihnachten II" von Kurt Tucholsky
★ “Zur Weihnachtszeit" von Achim von Arnim
★ “Einkäufe" von Kurt Tuchosky
Rainer Maria Rilke & Charlie Louth Originally written to a young man considering a career in the German military, Rainer Maria Rilke's beautiful letters explore a huge range of subjects delicately and with a passionate sensitivity. The recipient, Franz Kappus, began to send his poetry to the 27-year-old Rilke when a student, seeking advice. Their correspondence lasted from 1902 to 1908, and Kappus collated and published the ten letters after Rilke's death. The letters contain insights which are as profound today as when they were written, touching on sexuality, love, creativity and other aspects of the human condition. The book is perenially and hugely influential in the US, where it enjoys the accolade of being Lady Gaga's favourite book.
Rainer Maria Rilke & Stephen Mitchell The reputation of Rainer Maria Rilke has grown steadily since his death in 1926; today he is widely considered to be the greatest poet of the twentieth century. This Modern Library edition presents Stephen Mitchell’s acclaimed translations of Rilke, which have won praise for their re-creation of the poet’s rich formal music and depth of thought. “If Rilke had written in English,” Denis Donoghue wrote in The New York Times Book Review, “he would have written in this English.” Ahead of All Parting is an abundant selection of Rilke’s lifework. It contains representative poems from his early collections The Book of Hours and The Book of Pictures; many selections from the revolutionary New Poems, which drew inspiration from Rodin and Cezanne; the hitherto little-known “Requiem for a Friend”; and a generous selection of the late uncollected poems, which constitute some of his finest work. Included too are passages from Rilke’s influential novel, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge, and nine of his brilliant uncollected prose pieces. Finally, the book presents the poet’s two greatest masterpieces in their entirety: the Duino Elegies and The Sonnets to Orpheus. “Rilke’s voice, with its extraordinary combination of formality, power, speed and lightness, can be heard in Mr. Mitchell’s versions more clearly than in any others,” said W. S. Merwin. “His work is masterful.”
In 55 sonnets Rainer Maria Rilke plays an astonishing
set of philosophical and sensual variations on the
Orpheus myth. 'Praising, that's it!' he declares; nature,
art, love, time, childhood, technology, poverty, justice -
all are encompassed in poems that spark with insight
and invention, among the most joyful and light-footed
that Rilke ever wrote.
'All poetry resists translation, and one poem may have many different versions in another language; what I look for first is clarity, and this version supplies that generously. With the presence of the German text and Crucefix's helpful notes, the English-speaking reader with little or no German will find in this version a welcoming entrance to the path which leads eventually to a full understanding - if a full understanding of this mysterious poetry is ever possible. Crucefix's translation will have, and keep, a place on my shelves where all the poetry lives.'
Rainer Maria Rilke Die Neuen Gedichte sind eine aus zwei Teilen bestehende Sammlung von Gedichten Rainer Maria Rilkes.
Der erste, Elisabeth und Karl von der Heydt gewidmete Band entstand zwischen 1902 und 1907 und erschien im selben Jahr im Insel Verlag in Leipzig, der zweite, Auguste Rodin zugedachte (Der Neuen Gedichte anderer Teil) wurde 1908 fertiggestellt und im selben Verlag veröffentlicht.
Die Sammlung gilt neben dem Malte Laurids Brigge als Hauptwerk seiner mittleren Schaffensphase, das sich deutlich von seiner bisherigen und später folgenden Produktion abhebt. Es markiert eine Wende von der gefühlsbetonten Dichtung ekstatischer Subjektivität und Innerlichkeit, wie sie etwa in seinem dreiteiligen Stunden-Buch vorherrscht, zur objektiveren Sprache der Dinggedichte. Mit dieser neuen poetischen Orientierung, die von der bildenden Kunst vor allem Rodins beeinflusst war, gilt Rilke als einer der bedeutendsten Dichter der literarischen Moderne.
Rainer Maria Rilke While his old furniture rots in storage, Malte Laurids Brigge lives in a cheap room in Paris, with little but a library reader's card to distinguish him from the city's untouchables. Every person he sees seems to carry their death with them, and he thinks of the deaths, and ghosts, of his aristocratic family, of which only he remains. The only novel by one of the greatest writers of poetry in German, the semi-autobiographical Notebooks is an uneasy, compelling and poetic book that anticipated Sartre and is full of passages of lyrical brilliance.
Michael Hulse's new translation perfectly conveys the unsettling beauty of the original and is accompanied by an introduction on Rilke's life and the biographical and literary influences on the Notebooks. This edition also includes suggested further reading, a chronology and notes.
Rainer Maria Rilke, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Edward Snow & Michael Winkler "Immensely readable...a significant piece of scholarship."—Fred Volkmer, New York Sun
He would become one of the most important poets of the twentieth century; she a muse of Europe's fin-de-siecle thinkers and artists. In this collection of letters, a finalist for the PEN USA translation award, the poet Rainer Maria Rilke and Lou Andreas-Salomé, a writer and intellectual fourteen years his senior, pen a relationship that spans thirty years and shifting boundaries: as lovers, as mentor and protégé, and as deep personal and literary allies.
Rainer Maria Rilke The supreme problem of every age is that of finding its consummate artistic expression. Before this problem every other remains of secondary importance. History defines and directs its physical course, science cooperates in the achievement of its material aims, but Art alone gives to the age its spiritual physiognomy, its ultimate and lasting expression.
The process of Art is on the one hand sensuous, the conception having for its basis the fineness of organization of the senses; and on the other hand it is severely scientific, the value of the creation being dependent upon the craftsmanship, the mastery over the tool, the technique.
Art, like Nature, its great and only reservoir for all time past and all time to come, ever strives for elimination and selection. It is severe and aristocratic in the application of its laws and impervious to appeal to serve other than its own aims. Its purpose is the symbolization of Life. In its sanctum there reigns the silence of vast accomplishment, the serene, final, and imperturbable solitude which is the ultimate criterion of all great things created.
Rainer Maria Rilke With text by the great Bohemian poet Rainer Maria Rilke and a wealth of beautiful images, this book explores the creative power of one of history’s greatest sculptors. Perfect Square Rodin features the best-known masterpieces of this genius of bronze and marble, who immortalised his revolutionary approach to sculptural subjects and the human body in figures that seem ready to come to life.
Rainer Maria Rilke Rainer Maria Milke was born Rene Karl Wilhelm Johann Josef Maria Milke on 4th December 1875 in Prague in what is now the Czech Republic but what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His parents had an unhappy marriage with his mother dressing him up as a girl in his early years, in remembrance of the baby girl she had lost and his father sending him to a military academy. He left the academy due to illness and after tutoring was accepted by University first in Prague and then in Munich where he studied art history, philosophy and literature. Whilst in Munich he was to meet his first meaningful love who remained his friend to his death, namely Lou Andreas-Salome, a sophisticated well travelled married woman who trained as a psychoanalyst under Freud. Later during a stay at an artist's colony he met and married sculptor Clara Westhoff and together they had a daughter Ruth. He lived in Paris from 1902-1910 where he mixed with many great creative minds of the time, was introduced to modernism and became a secretary to Rodin who he also wrote and lectured about. Then he lived as a guest in the Castle Duino but his writing was not to fully flourish during the following turbulent war years until he settled in Switzerland in 1919. Here he wrote profusely in both German and French many widely quoted great mystical poems that have left a lasting legacy throughout the world, drawing from existential themes and his extensive travels. He died in on December 29th 1926 after a long illness, which was eventually diagnosed as leukaemia and chose and wrote his own epitaph: Rose, oh pure contradiction, delight of being no one's sleep under so many lids.
Rainer Maria Rilke 『말테의 수기』는 릴케가 파리 생활의 절망과 고독을 통해 스물아홉 살부터 쓰기 시작해 육 년 뒤인 1910년 출간한 일기체 소설이다. 덴마크 출신의 말테 라우리치 브리게라는 스물여덟 살 청년의 눈으로 써 내려간 이 작품은 훌륭한 소설인 동시에 시인으로 다듬어져 가는 릴케의 내면을 반영한 고백서이기도 하다. 『말테의 수기』에는 현대 문명의 초창기, 걷잡을 수 없는 소용돌이 속에서 허우적거리며 문학적인 자아를 찾으려는 한 문학 소년의 몸부림이 잘 그려져 있다. 무엇보다도 이 작품은 사물과 죽음, 사랑에 대한 예리한 관찰을 통해 삶의 본질에 대한 인식 문제와 인간 존재의 문제에 심오하게 근접하고 있다.
▶ 릴케는 『말테의 수기』로 독일 산문에게 새로운 길을 제시해 주었다. - 마르셀 라이히라니츠키
Rainer Maria Rilke This bilingual edition offers twenty-first century readers a new opportunity to experience the power of Rilke's enduring masterpiece. Selected by PHILLIP PULLMAN as one of his 40 favourite books: 'For me, the greatest poetry of the 20th century.' MAGMA: 'deserves to become the standard English edition worldwide' POETRY LONDON: 'substantial, powerful and necessary work' TRANSLATION AND LITERATURE: 'masterful transformations of difficult German syntax into a natural and contemporary English'.
Perhaps no cycle of poems in any European language has made so profound and lasting an impact on an English-speaking readership as Rilke's Duino Elegies. These luminous new translations by Martyn Crucefix make it marvellously clear how the poem is committed to the real world observed with acute and visionary intensity. Completed in 1922, the same year as the publication of Eliot's The Waste Land, the Elegies constitute a magnificent godless poem in their rejection of the transcendent and their passionate celebration of the here and now.
Rainer Maria Rilke According to Wikipedia: "Rainer Maria Rilke (also Rainer Maria von Rilke) (4 December 1875 – 29 December 1926) is considered one of the German language's greatest 20th century poets. His haunting images 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 poets. He wrote in both verse and a highly lyrical prose. His two most famous verse sequences are the Sonnets to Orpheus and the Duino Elegies; his two most famous prose works are the Letters to a Young Poet and the semi-autobiographical The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge. He also wrote more than 400 poems in French, dedicated to his homeland of choice, the canton of Valais in Switzerland."
Sophie Leiss, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Rainer Maria Rilke, Friedrich Schiller, Heinrich Heine, Eduard Mörike, Theodor Storm, Joseph von Eichendorff, Clemens Brentano & Theodor Fontane ● Illustrierte Ausgabe
Die 101 beliebtesten Gedichte
Diese liebevoll zusammengestellte Gedichte-Sammlung enthält die 101 beliebtesten und bekanntesten Gedichte der Deutschen - aus einem Zeitraum von fast 1.000 Jahren.
Wir versprechen Ihnen: Sie werden überrascht sein, wie viele Texte Sie noch aus der Schulzeit kennen und wie viele Sie vielleicht noch nie gelesen haben - obwohl Sie es schon immer wollten.
Sie werden aber auch staunen, welches die 101 Lieblingsgedichte der Deutschen sind - eine überaus interessante Zusammenstellung, für die in einem aufwändigen Prozess die wichtigsten Lyrik-Anthologien und Internetseiten analysiert und so die Favoriten in diesem Buch vereint wurden.
Vertreten sind die großen Balladen von Goethe, Heine und Schiller, aber auch die moderne Poesie von Rainer Maria Rilke, Ringelnatz, Georg Trakl und Co.
Lassen Sie sich also überraschen und verzaubern, machen Sie eine Reise in die Welt der Poesie und in die Geschichte unseres Landes. Doch Vorsicht: Es besteht Suchtgefahr, denn die Gedichte lassen niemanden kalt. Sie schenken Trost, regen zum Nachdenken an und machen glücklich - sie begleiten durch die Höhen und Tiefen unser aller Lebens.
ALLE WICHTIGEN DICHTER
Sie sind alle vertreten, die Dichter, die unsere Geschichte geprägt haben und uns mit ihren Texten heute noch mitreißen und bewegen. Hier ein kleiner Auszug:
● Von Droste-Hülshoff
● Walter von der Vogelweide
... und viele, viele andere
KEIN WICHTIGES GEDICHT FEHLT
Wetten, dass Sie kein wichtiges Gedicht vermissen werden?
● Wandrers Nachtlied I und II
● Er ist's (Frühling lässt sein blaues Band...)
● Die Kraniche des Ibykus
● Die Bürgschaft
● Der Zauberlehrling
● Der Erlkönig
● Das Lied von der Glocke
● Der Spinnerin Nachtlied
● Herr von Ribbeck auf Ribbeck
● Die Brück' am Tay
● Der Postillion
● Nun ruhen alle Wälder
● Advent: Es treibt der Wind im Winterwalde
● Ein Traum ist unser Leben
... und viele, viele andere
Rainer Maria Rilke Dieses eBook: "Gesammelte Werke: Gedichte + Dramen + Erzählungen + Roman + Schriften zu Kunst und Literatur (845 Titel in einem Buch - Vollständige Ausgaben)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) war ein Lyriker deutscher Sprache. Mit seiner in den Neuen Gedichten vollendeten, von der bildenden Kunst beeinflussten Dinglyrik gilt er als einer der bedeutendsten Dichter der literarischen Moderne. Daneben verfasste er Erzählungen, Dramen, einen Roman und Aufsätze zu Kunst und Kultur. Beeinflusst durch die Philosophen Schopenhauer und vor allem Nietzsche, deren Schriften er früh kennengelernt hatte, ist Rilkes Werk geprägt durch eine scharfe Kritik an der Jenseitsorientierung des Christentums und an einer einseitig naturwissenschaftlich-rationalen Weltdeutung. Die Anerkennung der Wirklichkeit ohne Jenseitsvertröstungen oder soziale Entwicklungsromantik prägt auch Rilkes Weltverständnis. Dafür stehen intensive Beobachtungen der Natur sowie des menschlichen Verhaltens und Gefühlslebens. Dies alles bildet Rilkes "Weltinnenraum", in dem sich Außen- und Innenwelt verbinden.
Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge
Erzählungen aus dem Nachlaß
Erzählungen und Skizzen
Briefe an einen jungen Dichter
Offener Brief an Maximilian Harden
Von Kunst-Dingen: Kritische Schriften - Dichterische Bekenntnisse
Worpswede: Monographie einer Landschaft und ihrer Maler
Mir zur Feier
Lieder der Mädchen
Gebete der Mädchen zu Maria
Requiem: Für eine Freundin
Requiem: Für Wolf Graf von Kalckreuth
Das Buch der Bilder
Der neuen Gedichte anderer Teil
Gedichte von 1906 bis 1910
Gedichte von 1910 bis 1922
Die Sonette an Orpheus
Rainer Maria Rilke & Edward Snow Now substantially revised by Edward Snow, whom Denise Levertov once called "far and away Rilke's best translator," this bilingual edition of The Book of Images contains a number of the great poet's previously untranslated pieces. Also included are several of Rilke's best-loved lyrics, such as "Autumn," "Childhood," "Lament," "Evening," and "Entrance."