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Rainer Maria Rilke : aspects of his mind and poetry / edited by William Rose and G. Craig Houston ; with an introduction by Stefan Zweig.

Format Book and Print
Publication InfoLondon : Sidgwick & Jackson, 1938.
Description183 pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates : portraits ; 19 cm
Subject(s)
Other author/creatorRose, William, 1894-1961.
Other author/creatorHouston, Gertrude Craig.
Other author/creatorZweig, Stefan, 1881-1942.
Other author/creatorEberhart, Richard, 1904-2005, former owner.
Contents Rilke as revealed in his letters / G. Craig Houston -- Rilke and the conception of death / William Rose -- The "Neue Gedichte" / C. M. Bowra -- The "Duineser Elegien" / E. L. Stahl.
Local noteInitialed on front fly-leaf "R E [i.e., Richard Eberhart]." Includes dust jacket. Stuart Wright Book Collection #37.5. See also related manuscript material in the Stuart Wright Collection, #1169, Richard Ghormley Eberhart Papers, in Joyner Library Special Collections.
Bibliography noteChronological table of chief works (p. 173-174); collections of letters (p. 175); bibliography of chief translations of Rilke's works (p. 176-177).
Other formsAlso issued online.
Acquisitions source Joyner Wright Coll. copy Purchased from Stuart Wright, 2010
Issued in other formOnline version: Rainer Maria Rilke. London : Sidgwick & Jackson, 1938
LCCN 38035519

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