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    Anthony Stephens
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The Gedichte an die Nacht is a collection of 22 poems composed between January 1913 and February 1914, which Rilke copied into a. .

The Gedichte an die Nacht is a collection of 22 poems composed between January 1913 and February 1914, which Rilke copied into a manuscript book for his friend Rudolf Kassner in about 1916. During the period Rilke was writing Gedichte an die Nacht, the meaning of 'night' in the Elegies often approaches that of 'angel', whilst at other times it is quite different. Dr Stephens traces the genesis of this ambivalence in other poems, revealing the incomplete and sometimes contradictory nature of his poetic thought.

The Gedichte an die Nacht is a collection of 22 poems composed between January 1913 and February 1914, which Rilke copied into a manuscript book for his friend Rudolf Kassner in about 1916

The Gedichte an die Nacht is a collection of 22 poems composed between January 1913 and February 1914, which Rilke copied into a manuscript book for his friend Rudolf Kassner in about 1916.

An analysis of Rilke's Gedichte an die Nacht and the influence of this collection on his most outstanding work, the Duinese Elegien. Anglica Germanica Series 2.

Walmart 9780521155564. An analysis of Rilke's Gedichte an die Nacht and the influence of this collection on his most outstanding work, the Duinese Elegien. The Gedichte an die Nacht is a collection of 22 poems composed between January 1913 and February 1914, which Rilke copied into a manuscript book for his friend Rudolf Kassner in about 1916. The importance of the poems as a collection lies in the fact that. Publisher. Cambridge University Press.

Anglica Germanica, Series . Cambridge, New York . Anthony Stephens' interpretation springs from hardy stock. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press (1972). After the introduction, with its critical genealogy, Part I makes the analysis of the "Gedichte an die Nacht" themselves (in four chapters, "Die spanische Trilogie," "The Encounter with the Night," "The Night and the Lovers," and "The Night and the Angels"), "elucidating the meaning of the night in each particular context and. establishing similarities and differences from poem to poem.

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Anglica Germanica Series 2. English. By (author) Anthony Stephens. Rainer Maria Rilke's 'Gedichte An Die Nacht'. Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part I. Interpretation of the 'Gedichte an die Nacht': 1. Die spanische Trilogie; 2. The encounter with the night; 3. The night and the lovers; 4. The night and the angel; Part II. Developments and Conclusions: 5. The meaning of 'nacht'; 6. The human situation; 7. The modes of transcendence; 8. An approach to Rilke; Notes; Bibliography; Index.

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Also included are several of Rilke's best-loved lyrics, such as "Autumn," "Childhood," "Lament," "Evening," and "Entrance.

The Gedichte an die Nacht is a collection of 22 poems composed between January 1913 and February 1914, which Rilke copied into a manuscript book for his friend Rudolf Kassner in about 1916. The importance of the poems as a collection lies in the fact that they were written during the period of composition of Rilke's most outstanding work, the Duinese Elegien, and they show the poet at work on ideas and motifs which are central to the elegies. The first part of the book analyses the poems thematically, whilst the second part gives the results of this analysis wider application. During the period Rilke was writing Gedichte an die Nacht, the meaning of 'night' in the Elegies often approaches that of 'angel', whilst at other times it is quite different. Dr Stephens traces the genesis of this ambivalence in other poems, revealing the incomplete and sometimes contradictory nature of his poetic thought.