Books by Rainer Maria Rilke

THE DARK INTERVAL by Rainer Maria Rilke
Released: Aug. 14, 2018

"A slim, mildly intriguing glimpse into Rilke's daily life.
A collection of never-before-published letters by the renowned poet. Read full book review >
DIARIES OF A YOUNG POET by Rainer Maria Rilke
Released: Nov. 1, 1997

"Platitudes, poetry, and revelations for Rilke's many American admirers—translated for the first time into English. (photos, not seen)"
The musings of a writer during his apprenticeship. Read full book review >
TWO STORIES OF PRAGUE by Rainer Maria Rilke
Released: April 22, 1994

"But they will interest readers concerned with Rilke's literary development and with how his young mind grappled with some of the cultural problems of his day: Prague's relationship to Western Europe, particularly Germany, and the distemper of Europe at the turn of the century."
That these two early stories by Rilke (``King Bohush'' and ``The Siblings'') are being released now may say more about the growing American interest in Prague than about any concern for the poet's apprentice fiction. Read full book review >