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Even his most astute English translator, J. Indeed, Leishman points out that Rilke was the first German poet to consistently deploy aufzeicnhungen which indicate ineffable measures of becoming: Such background might have addressed the inevitable questions that longtime readers of the poetry might ask: What aesthetic problems in his poetry might have led Rilke to fiction? Did the novel alter his poetics?
They had one child named Ruth. The lonely scion of a diminished Danish aristocratic family, he is by turns passive, hyper-sensitive, and self-pitying.
Haunted by lost hierarchies and traditions, Malte resorts to wandering the dirty, congested French capital. The novel dilates and detours interpretxtion and through seemingly disconnected scenes.
As if composing cycles for a fugue, Malte writes of memories and fictions, exteriors lautids interiors, luminous strangers and lost guardians, mirrored reflections and ghostly visitations, sudden music and sustained silences. Yet the novel is less about the depiction of a self in society than the construction of a newer existence within the gesture of writing itself.
The drama is inextricably textual. This surrender is most poignantly on display when Malte recalls and re-creates scenes from his troubled childhood and from his tireless readings.
Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge: novas perspectivas de interpretação
Another instant and everything will have lost its meaning, and this table, and the cup, and the chair he is gripping tightly, all the everyday and closest things, will have become incomprehensible, alien and heavy. Death, he learns, is only one facet of the ubiquitous unknown in which we confront our daily being.
Afzeichnungen immutability of things need not induce morbidity. Fearful and sometimes trembling, Malte recaptures the creative energy he thought he had lost: Shaking off residual solipsistic tendencies, he learns how to distance himself from his own being and from God.
Through a re-examination of the lives and stories of distinctive women—his mother, Gaspara Stampa, the Portuguese nun—he re-conceptualizes love as a form of harrowing grace. Not surprisingly, he lyrically charts these inner changes through recitations of medieval and courtly romances. The second half of the novel develops this existential-mystical vision of love, distilled by a brilliant dse of ces Parable of the Prodigal Son. Still ahead was the consternation of discovering how difficult this language was.