This character is a literary device and provides a fulcrum to the poetry itself.
This character appears in Sonnets and lived in Greece as a famed musician.
This character is described in relation to her own blood and natural rhythm in describing her mimics menstruation.
This character comes from the book Appendix to Duino Elegies, and, when the character is mentioned, the author also mentions equality.
This character is referred to in an elegy and is nicknamed "the Strong."
This character appears in an elegy and is seen as having healing powers.
These characters are referred to in the poem "The Gazelle" and "Before Summer Rain."
Rainer Maria Rilke
This person drops the mask of narrative voice and acts within the narrative himself.
This person is a poetic portrait and wears a military uniform.
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