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German poet (born in Austria) whose imagery and mystic lyricism influenced 20th-century German literature (1875-1926)

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En 1911 el poeta aleman Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) caminaba distraido por la Rue du Bac de Paris, y al entrar en una libreria de anticuario se puso a curiosear un viejo manuscrito que contenia un sermon anonimo frances del siglo XVII.
Second, Mathieu analyzes the poetic and spiritual influence on Jaccottet's poetics of Dante's The Divine Comedy, which along with other important influences (Holderlin, Baudelaire, Mallarme, Leopardi, Rilke, Jouve, Eliot, Gustave Roud) has contributed to the poet's vision of landscape as a site of death and loss, a thanato-topography, out of the obscurity of which he seeks a path of light and revelation, "une fusion de la lumiere et de la voix" (202).
Por lo demas, la figura de Rilke es vasta y rehuible a cualquier clasificacion.
2) For instance, given unlimited time to interpret the poem, I would have instinctively sought biographical information about Rilke.
Rilke y Cardenas o Cardenas y Rilke; a veces parece que pudiera tratarse no solo de un acto de reflexion y entendimiento (por parte del compositor-autor), sino de una especie de autentica simbiosis filosofica y conceptual respecto del arte en general, en torno del arte musical, asi como en torno de la vida, todo ello con la idea de religion solo comprendida y aceptada, precisamente, como vida y como arte a la manera de dos vertices indisolubles que forman un triangulo universal --existencial-- con su otro tercero a la vez concentrico y, a la vez, asi mismo, formando una suerte de Divina Unidad.
And if we say yes to this mystery, we, like Rilke, must journey toward God with our very lives.
Rilke theatrically tumbled in the box under the challenge of Jackie McNamara after Tomas Kuchar's cross - but the referee looked disinterested as Kennedy cleared the danger.
One of our songs, "Dirait-on" by Rainer Maria Rilke, touts a message of self-love.
11) It was at Munich, for example, that Thomas Mann (1875-1955) first saw the Isenheim painting and at Colmar that Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) spent an entire day looking at the Grunewald panels.
Through a highly impressionistic analysis of the short voy ages of William Wordsworth, Friedric Buchner, Rainer Maria Rilke, and others, Ranciere argues that these writers' conceptions of the people "mark the quest for a place and the scansion of its absence" (5).
149) or in Raudaskoski's critique of the Barthesian concept of the writerly, but also in another two articles on the 1973 novel: Inger Hunnerup Dalsgaard's conceptualization of Gravity's Rainbow as "An Historical Novel of a Whole New Sort" and the approach by Preben Jordal who sets out "Reading Pynchon reading Rilke.
While Rilke (1875-1926) has possibly been more widely translated into English than any other German poet, the emphasis has always been on his major works, such as The Letters to Merline and the Letters to Cezanne, the Duino Elegies and the Sonnets to Orpheus.
Written in early 1912, well after the Prague-born poet had first established his literary reputation, these opening lines of the Duino Elegies mark a major comeback for Rilke after a long period of inactivity in which he intermittently despaired of ever writing again.
This work of spiritual nonfiction is enlivened by Jakes' spectacularly lyrical voice; his writing is on a par with Paul Laurence Dunbar, Khalil Gibran and Rainer Maria Rilke.
Immersed in the all-enveloping Orthodox liturgy, Rainer Maria Rilke encountered logos, the creative word, in his ears, eyes, and all his senses.