Rilke on Love and Other Difficulties, Translations and Considerations of Rainer Maria Rilke Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Mood writes that the affirmative tone of "The Dragon-Princess" comes from its ambiguity and what? (from The Dragon-Princess)

2.

Rilke writes, as the first lines of "Blood-Remembering," "Ah! but verses amount to so little when one writes them _____." (from Blood-Remembering)

3.

From what collection is "The Poet Praises" taken? (from Poems on Other Difficulties)

4.

In an untitled poem from "Rilke's Poems on Other Difficulties," Rilke writes, "Great star of love's priestesses, which _____ kindles from its own right." (from Poems on Other Difficulties)

5.

Which poem of Rilke's does Mood refer to in the lines, "And this: that one opens like a lid, / and lying under there nothing but eyelids"? (from The Difficulty of Dying: Rilke's Self-Composed Epitaph)

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