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

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

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)

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.

From what book of the Bible does Mood quote in the Epilogue? (from The Difficulty of Dying: Rilke's Self-Composed Epitaph)

4.

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

5.

In "The Dragon-Princess," Rilke writes "That mankind has in this sense been cowardly has done life endless _____." (from The Dragon-Princess)

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