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These letters to his wife were written by Rilke on a sojourn to Paris in , where he found himself drawn to the Grand Palais every day to see a posthumous.
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Letters to a Young Poet. Stories of God. This is how Rilke feels while writing this. He suddenly makes a poignant psychological-philosophical observation. In the previous sentence he says he feels ashamed. Knowing these little pieces of heather to their depths has made him emotional, which speaks to their beauty and their and his intensity. These are descriptors before the main word but they work well. When they are, I believe they easily burst of their own fullness 7 and have slits with purple linings, like noblemen in grand apparel 8.
She is like him then, it implies, in that they both become sensually enamored by nature and then describe it to one another. He balances that, though, with very detailed descriptions. I can feel the weight of a pomegranate in each hand, weighing my hands down like to metal weight balls. Massive heaviness is when you lift something and its heavier than expected, it takes you by surprise. He ties everything about the fruit into a comparison of a nobleman. And, by metaphor, the princes are so full of themselves they burst open. This is comical.
Not merely clothes, but grand apparel. Jul 14, Will rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , belles-lettres , france , art. Such a low rating? Well, yes, because when I read this book about four years ago I was bored out of my fucking mind, annoyed, and didn't really like Rilke's musing. Now, I don't want to say my rating would still be the same. Maybe because I was forced to read it for university and the constant self-important babbling of the teachers influenced my view on Rilke's letters. Or maybe everything was as bad as I remember it being.
I don't know. I will have to revisit Rilke's musing on Cezanne. For now, Such a low rating? For now, everytime I think of this book, I will remember the very long, flowery descriptions and uninteresting thoughts on everything. But what I will remember most is two of the three teachers. Two of the worst I ever had the misfortune to meet. Sorry, Rilke. I guess I should give this book another chance. Another time. Maybe when I've finished my master's thesis in June. Dec 20, Harry rated it really liked it. There's poetry to Rilke's thoughts on Cezanne - incredible phrasing and imagery.