The Inner Sky: Poems, Notes, Dreams

The Inner Sky: Poems, Notes, Dreams

Paperback Language: English / German

By (author) Rainer Maria Rilke, Translated by Damion Searls

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  • Publisher: David R. Godine Publisher
  • Format: Paperback | 190 pages
  • Language: English / German
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 216mm x 18mm | 295g
  • Publication date: 16 July 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Boston, MA
  • ISBN 10: 1567923887
  • ISBN 13: 9781567923889
  • Edition: 1, Bilingual edition
  • Edition statement: Bilingual
  • Sales rank: 461,664

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The Inner Sky is a new selection of poems and prose by the great poet Rainer Maria Rilke, set with the original text and a facing page translation, and including more than a dozen works that have never before appeared in English. The translations, by the NEA and PEN-award-winning author and translator Damion Searls, are lively, moving, and appealing, and they give a new voice for Rilke in English: mystical but concrete, like Emily Dickinson or Gerard Manley Hopkins. Searls's selection of texts clusters around a handful of related images and ideas birds and trees, giving and receiving, working and waiting, girlhood and gardens and presents a coherent vision of how we relate to the outer world and inner world of the imagination. Scholars and students of Rilke will benefit from the German and French originals opposite the translations, and two full indices of English and original titles and first lines. An annotated chronology and the translator's afterword complete this volume.

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The Inner Sky is a new selection of poems and prose by the great poet Rainer Maria Rilke, set with the original text and a facing page translation, and including more than a dozen works that have never before appeared in English. The translations, by the NEA and PEN-award-winning author and translator Damion Searls, are lively, moving, and appealing, and they give a new voice for Rilke in English: mystical but concrete, like Emily Dickinson or Gerard Manley Hopkins. Searls's selection of texts clusters around a handful of related images and ideas birds and trees, giving and receiving, working and waiting, girlhood and gardens and presents a coherent vision of how we relate to the outer world and inner world of the imagination. Scholars and students of Rilke will benefit from the German and French originals opposite the translations, and two full indices of English and original titles and first lines. An annotated chronology and the translator's afterword complete this rich new volume, a necessary addition to even the most complete Rilke library, and the perfect introduction for those just getting to know this perennial master.