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Author: Rainer Maria Rilke

Rainer Maria Rilke was born in Prague in 1875 and died of leukemia in Switzerland in 1926. Never in doubt about his vocation as poet, his work was the product of a tireless growth—work which may accurately be seen as the bridge leading from fin de siècle literature into Modernism.

Auguste Rodin
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Auguste Rodin

The Mantle

Literary Nonfiction. Art. Sculpture. Biography. Translated from the German by Daniel Slager. Introduction by William Gass. Sculptor Auguste Rodin was fortunate to have as his secretary Rainer Maria Rilke, one of the most sensitive poets of our time....

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The Voices & Other Poems
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The Voices & Other Poems

Sublunary Editions

Poetry. Translated by Kristofor Minta. In THE VOICES, Rilke presents a series of portraits of pariahs, outcasts, the down-and-outs, turning his often inward gaze toward The Other in a way that pleasantly undermines our notions of his poetic interest...

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Where the Paths Do Not Go
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Where the Paths Do Not Go

World Poetry Books

Poetry. Translated from the German by Burton Pike. One of the most influential poets of the 20th century, Rainer Maria Rilke has left an indelible mark on world literature. In this groundbreaking bilingual edition, award-winning translator Burton Pi...

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