6 edition of Rilke on Death and Other Oddities found in the catalog.
April 24, 2007 by Xlibris Corporation .
Written in English
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Rainer Maria Rilke - Wikipedia. Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke – review And when these letters came to be published after Rilke's death, Kappus self-effacingly (and wisely) left his. Rilke was one of the most gifted and conscientious artists who ever lived--his motto was "To work is to live without dying." His poetry, fiction, and prose embody a search for a way to be good.
Shortly after Rilke’s death he brought the letters to Westhoff and their daughter Ruth Rilke to ask if they’d like to have them published. Rilke viewed his prolific letter-writing habit as a. Not the least interesting phenomenon of the last four years has been the growing influence of Rilke upon English poetry: indeed, Rilke is probably .