The Poems Of Georg Trakl

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Anvil PressPoetry Limited
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The essential Trakl, as published by the great poet in his lifetime, gracefully and sensitively rendered.

Song Of The West

Author: Georg Trakl
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ISBN: 9780865473539
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The influential German poet presents forty-seven poems characterized by an intensely personal point of view and a deeply psychological nature and presented in both English and German

Surrender To Night

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Pushkin Collection
ISBN: 1782275185
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A new translation by acclaimed poet Will Stone of the visionary Austrian poet Georg Trakl In Georg Trakl's brief, tragic life he produced a body of work of intense visual power. Dense, imagistic and full of unnerving symbolism, his poems occupy a critical place in German Expressionism. Until his death on the Eastern Front in 1914, Trakl honed a singular poetic voice to express the horror he saw in the world around him, culminating in the starkly powerful war poems for which he is best known. This edition includes all of Trakl's major poems alongside a judicious selection of the best of his uncollected work, all rendered in vividly clear English by translator and poet Will Stone. With a biography, a critical introduction and a chronology of Trakl's life, this collection promises to reinvigorate interest in this under-appreciated poet.

Poems And Prose

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810120062
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An undeniable aura surrounds the name of Georg Trakl, a poet of intense inner vision and originality whose work stands alongside that of Yeats, Valery, and T. S. Eliot. The distinctive tone of Trakl's work--especially admired by his patron Ludwig Wittgenstein--is autumnal and melancholy. Trakl was writing at a time of spiritual and social disintegration on the eve of the First World War, when personal values and perceptions tended to be subsumed in a more generalized anguish and exaltation.

Autumn Sonata

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Moyer Bell Limited
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A bilingual volume by an Austrian-born writer who suffered tragic experiences during World War I and who died at the age of twenty-seven evinces a romantically heightened interior world of suffering and hoped-for transcendence. Reprint.

Song Of The Departed

Author: Georg Trakl
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ISBN: 9781556593734
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Now back in print, the poems of Georg Trakl have been championed by Rilke, Bly, Wright, and Wittgenstein.

Decline Twelve Poems By Georg Trakl 1887 1914 Translated By Michael Hamburger

Author: Georg Trakl
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Twenty Poems Of Georg Trakl Translated By James Wright And Robert Bly Ger Eng

Author: Georg TRAKL
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Winter Night

Author: Georg Trakl
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Discusses the making of the movie trilogy based on J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings," covering topics including filming locations, special effects, costumes, battle scenes, characters, and music.

Decline

Author: Georg Trakl
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Dark Seasons

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Broken Jaw Press
ISBN: 9780921411222
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Poems

Author: Georg Trakl
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ISBN: 9780857422460
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Poems is translation of Georg Trakl's first book of verse published by Kurt Wolff in 1913, which quickly established Trakl as one of the leading exemplars of Austrian–German Expressionism. Rivalling and receiving the praise of Rainer Maria Rilke, Else Lasker-Schüler, and other contemporaries, Trakl attracted patronage of Ludwig Wittgenstein, who famously wrote of Trakl's poems that “I do not understand them, but their tone pleases me. It is the tone of a truly ingenious person.” This pleasure/problem comes with reading Trakl to this day given the interest in and influence of his work, especially evinced in translation. Here has been no end to how Trakl should be interpreted such that each attempt to translate him, which is like scaling a blue glass mountain within which is the corrected way to understand his poems. Such attempts have given him a place, too, in the world's canon of literature. In this fresh attempt, Poems marks the first volume in James Reidel's Our Trakl, a cycle that marks the hundredth anniversary of Trakl's death in 1914 during the first months of World War I. Unlike previous 'selected' and 'collected poems', Reidel is mindful of how Trakl wanted to be read–experienced, for he carefully prepared the order and content to achieve a certain effect and musicality—in keeping with the art of his pianist sister and putative lover. Reidel, too, is mindful that Trakl belonged to two centuries, and thus these translations have a historicity of language that other renderings lack. The second volume in the cycle is Trakl's second book, Sebastian Dreaming, and a third, consisting of published and unpublished poetry and prose, are forthcoming.

Georg Trakl

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Oberlin
ISBN: 9780932440426
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Georg Trakl S Poetry

Author: Richard Detsch
Editor: Penn State Press
ISBN: 0271072873
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The chaotic mixture of elements in Trakl's poems is more apparent than real, this book argues, thus challenging the "Orphic" view of Walther Killy and his followers. A dream of unity—one of the most ancient dreams in human history—is in fact reflected in all of Trakl's work. The recurring themes in Trakl's poetry are brought into focus through Dr. Detsch's literary, psychological, and philosophical analysis: the union of male and female in incest from the Jungian standpoint, the union of life and death from the Heideggerian standpoint and that of German Romanticism as represented by Novalis, the union of good and evil from the Dostoyevskian or Nietzschean standpoint, the mixture of images from the Goethean definition of symbolism. Trakl (1887–1914) is presented as a poet whose lyric voice sounded a cry of hope in its deepest despair. As Dr. Detsch's generous quotations from the poet's work (in the original German) make clear, Georg Trakl sought poetic expression for a union of opposites.

The Gentle Apocalypse

Author: Richard Millington
Editor: Camden House (NY)
ISBN: 157113588X
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Through close readings of poems covering the span of Georg Trakl's lyric output, this study traces the evolution of his strangely mild and beautiful vision of the end of days.

At The Burning Abyss

Author: Franz Fühmann
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ISBN: 9780857424327
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This work is a gripping and profoundly personal encounter with the great expressionist poet Georg Trakl. It is a taking stock of two troubled lives, a turbulent century, and the liberating power of poetry. Picking up where his last book, 'The Jew Car', left off, Fühmann probes his own susceptibility to ideology's seductions - Nazism, then socialism - and examines their antidote, the goad of Trakl's enigmatic verses.

Collected Poems

Author: Georg Trakl
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ISBN: 9780857427069
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Selected Poems

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Jonathan Cape
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Webern And The Lyric Impulse

Author: Anne Chatoney Shreffler
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
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Her emphasis on Webern's compositional process is of particular importance: whether because of the anxiety of creating a new musical language, or because of an innate hyper-perfectionism (or both), Webern rejected most of what he composed. A close examination of the manuscript sources - fragments, sketches, and fair copies - of Webern's comparatively neglected middle-period lieder enables Shreffler to shed light on Webern's musical language and his working methods. A focus on the sources also helps to modify the view that his music progressed steadily in the direction of the twelve-tone technique.

Georg Trakl A Profile

Author: Georg Trakl
Editor: Durango, Colo. : Logbridge-Rhodes
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