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Ril·ke

 (rĭl′kə), Rainer Maria 1875-1926.
German poet whose verse, often marked by a mystic lyricism and precise imagery, profoundly influenced 20th-century German literature. His collections include The Book of Hours (1905) and The Duino Elegies (1923).

Rilke

(ˈrɪlkə)
n
(Biography) Rainer Maria (ˈrainər maˈriːa). 1875–1926, Austro-German poet, born in Prague. Author of intense visionary lyrics, notably in the Duino Elegies (1922) and Sonnets to Orpheus (1923)

Ril•ke

(ˈrɪl kə)

n.
Rainer Maria, 1875–1926, Austrian poet, born in Prague.
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Poetry Prize, the Whitebird Poetry Series Prize, the Rainer Maria Rilke Poetry Prize, and two Pushcart Prize nominations.
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