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Frontmatter

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Contents

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p. v

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Introduction

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pp. vii-xv

In February 1922, Rainer Maria Rilke recovered his creative energies as a poet with a suddenness and abundance virtually unparalleled in the history of poetic composition. The resulting masterpieces—the Duino Elegies, a long-standing project, and the unplanned Sonnets to Orpheus—were in one respect a bolt from the blue and in another the result of patient effort and unswerving ....

First Part

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pp. 1-54

Second Part

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pp. 55-114

Notes

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pp. 115-116