Home » Force And Love In The Works Of Rainer Maria Rilke: Heroic Life Attitudes And The Acceptance Of Defeat And Suffering As Complementary Parts by Kip Wilson
Force And Love In The Works Of Rainer Maria Rilke: Heroic Life Attitudes And The Acceptance Of Defeat And Suffering As Complementary Parts Kip Wilson

Force And Love In The Works Of Rainer Maria Rilke: Heroic Life Attitudes And The Acceptance Of Defeat And Suffering As Complementary Parts

Kip Wilson

Published January 1st 1999
ISBN : 9780820436388
Paperback
204 pages
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Based on the works, letters and diaries of Rainer Maria Rilke, his attitude based on the interdependent nature of force and love, both human and divine, is clear. The specific works discussed, including Der Cornet, Malte, Der Schauende, andMoreBased on the works, letters and diaries of Rainer Maria Rilke, his attitude based on the interdependent nature of force and love, both human and divine, is clear. The specific works discussed, including Der Cornet, Malte, Der Schauende, and selected poems from the Duineser Elegien and Sonette an Orpheus provide the basis for discussion on the tie that binds these apparently opposite poles into a deeper theme important both to Rilke and to those who read his works: the relationship between recognition and awe of force and the fulfillment of acceptance gained when giving in to this force through love.