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Author: Rainer Maria Rilke; J B Leishman
Publisher: Harmondsworth, Eng. : Penguin Books, [1964]
Series: Penguin modern European poets.
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Genre/Form: Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rilke, Rainer Maria, 1875-1926.
Selected poems.
Harmondsworth, Eng. : Penguin Books, [1964]
(OCoLC)612775536
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rainer Maria Rilke; J B Leishman
ISBN: 0140585427 9780140585421 0140183647 9780140183641
OCLC Number: 1669830
Description: 93 pages ; 18 cm.
Contents: "The day is coming when from God the Tree" --
Childhood --
Autumn Day --
Autumn --
Annunciation --
The Spectator --
Joshua's Council --
The Departure of the Prodigal Son --
The Olive Garden --
The Poet's Death --
The Cathedral --
The Panther --
The Donor --
Roman Sarcophagi --
A Feminine Destiny --
Going Blind --
In a Foreign Park --
Parting --
The Courtesan --
The Steps of the Orangery --
The Merry-go-Round --
Orpheus, Eurydice, Hermes --
The Island of the Sirens --
The Death of the Beloved --
Adam --
Eve --
The Site of the Fire --
The Group --
Song of the Sea --
The Parks, II --
Late Autumn in Venice --
Falconry --
Portrait of a Lady of the Eighties --
The Old Lady --
The Stranger --
The Abduction --
The Bachelor --
The Apple Orchard --
The Dog --
For Wolf Graf von Kalckreuth --
The First Elegy --
The Ninth Elegy --
VII. "Praising, that's it! As a praiser and blesser" --
IX. "Only by him with whose lays" --
XXIII. "Only when flight shall soar" --
XXVI. "You that could sound till the end, though, immortal accorder" --
IV. "This is the creature there has never been" --
X. "Long will machinery menace the whole of our treasure" --
XV. "O fountain mouth, you mouth that can respond" --
XVII. "Where, in what ever-blissfully watered gardens upon what trees" --
The Raising of Lazarus --
The Spirit Ariel --
"Shatter me, music, with rhythmical fury!" --
"Behind the innocent trees" --
The Great Night --
"Beloved, lost to begin with, never greeted" --
"Exposed on the heart's mountains. Look, how small there!" --
"Time and again, however well we know the landscape of love" --
To Music --
From the Poems of Count C. W. --
"Meaningful word, "inclination"!" --
"Strongest star, not needing to await" --
The Fruit --
Early Spring --
"Gods, for all we can tell, stride as richly bestowing" --
"The sap is mounting back from that unseenness" --
"On the sunny road, within the hollow" --
"The one birds plunge through's not that trusty space" --
For Count Karl Lanckoronski --
Epitaph.
Series Title: Penguin modern European poets.
Responsibility: Rilke ; translated with an introduction by J.B. Leishman.

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