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

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Rilke writes in "Blood-Remembering" that quite at the end of life, one might be able to write how many verses that were good? (from Blood-Remembering)

2.

From what comes the line, "Killing is a form of our wandering mourning"? (from The Difficulty of Dying: Rilke's Self-Composed Epitaph)

3.

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

4.

In "The Dragon-Princess," Rilke writes that the feeling one might have placed in total isolation, is "an abandonment to something inexpressible would almost ______ him." (from The Dragon-Princess)

5.

In one untitled poem of "Rilke's Poems on Other Difficulties," Rilke writes, "Play the ____, the single ones, quickly and you..." (from Poems on Other Difficulties)

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