1 edition of Selected poems found in the catalog.
Rainer Maria Rilke
Includes bibliographic references (p. [xl]-xlv)
|Statement||Rainer Marie Rilke ; translated by Susan Ranson and Marielle Sutherland ; edited with an introduction and notes by Robert Vilain|
|Series||Oxford world"s classics, Oxford world"s classics (Oxford University Press)|
|Contributions||Vilain, Robert, Ranson, Susan, Sutherland, Marielle|
|LC Classifications||PT2635.I65 A2 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlix, 358 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||2011282301|
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Indeed, in another poem the speaker is transfixed by the buzzing of a fly as she lies on her death bed. Read both these books together, and a new world will surely spring up—certainly you will probably never read a classical Chinese poem in quite the same way again! It would be a mistake to see these lines as portending some kind of re-awakening or renewal, as an image of spring might suggest to a western reader. Heaven is what I cannot reach!
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Frost explores the depths of human loneliness and how the answer to that lies in surrendering to Nature.Unpublished in her lifetime and unknown at her death inEmily Dickinson stands today in the front rank of American poets. While she lived as a recluse in her father's house in Amherst, Massachusetts, she dedicated herself to writing her 'letter to the world' - the 1, poems she left at her death.
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