Prologue and Letters on Love
1. From what language has the author translated the poems and prose excerpts of "Rilke on Love and Other Difficulties"?
2. In the Prologue, who does the commentator say is the other of the two greatest writers of the twentieth century?
(a) F. Scott Fitzgerald.
(b) Samuel Beckett.
(c) Ernest Hemingway.
(d) James Joyce.
3. In what year was Rilke born?
4. What did the commentator originally call the selections of Rilke's letters which he copied and gave out?
(a) "Rilke on Love."
(b) "The Love Letters."
(c) "Letters of Love."
(d) "Notes on Love."
5. What is the only novel that Rilke wrote?
(a) Lessons of a Forgotten Soul.
(b) The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge.
(c) Letters to a Young Poet.
(d) The Grapes of Wrath.
6. What does the translator comment in the Prologue that his translations of Rilke are?
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