Trakl


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Trakl

(ˈtrɑːkəl)
n
(Biography) Georg. 1887–1914, Austrian poet, noted for his expressionist style: died of a drug overdose while serving as a medical officer in World War I
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Wright's reading was largely self-directed and wide in its embrace, including, importantly (and early), Rilke, Trakl, and nineteenth-century German poets; Central American poets such as Neruda, Vallejo, and Jimenez; Dickens, Hardy, Dostoevsky--well, the list is global and very long.
Georg Trakl has been described by Bernhard Boschenstein as a "poet of post-history.
Among homages to Borges, Basho, and Braque, "transversions" of Trakl, as well as allusive addresses to Alfonsina Storni, Jose Lezama Lima, and Magritte, Knott reverses the vectors of surveillance in "Archaic Torso of Apollo" to devise his own sonnet, "Sureties.
This is how Georg Trakl begins, namely under Baudelaire's and Rimbaud's influence, to acquire a profoundly original poetics: the poem conceived as a retort, having a title identical to Baudelaire's A une passante, contains the closing and opening points towards Baudelaire's model, an essential argument in finding a genetically expressionist mechanism.
La parola che germina dalla lacerazione ci fa ricordare la poesia della blessure e della paralisi postbellica di Joe Bousquet (1897-1950) (Tradidt du silence, Gallimard, 1941); la proiezione infernale di alcuni componimenti, dagli scenari cupi e mostruosi, ci rinvia al lamento selvaggio del poeta austriaco Georg Trakl di fronte alia straziante agonia dei moribondi dopo la battaglia di Grodek ("Grodek", e Apnea, p.
Steeping himself in all things Trakl, including previous translations
En una conversacion entre Marco Antonio Guerra y Amalfitano surge el nombre del escritor favorito de Guerra: Georg Trakl.
Sin embargo, antes de otorgarle la palabra a cada uno de ellos, bien vale la pena, primero, escuchar la sombria voz de alguien que padecio en carne propia las atrocidades de esta nefasta guerra: el poeta Georg Trakl.
A lo largo de la historia, con mayor o menor fortuna lo han hecho un sinnumero de autores: Bernhard, Kafka, Trakl, Celan, Dostoievski, Tolstoi .
Heidegger was at his most in Gespruch--with a text of Aristotle or Hegel or Nietzsche, Holderlin or Trakl or Rilke, in his dialogues with language itself and with his own thought that constituted his texts (lectures, essays and addresses), and im Gespruch in the intimacies of his seminars in Zollikon.
En carta fechada el 28 de noviembre de 1914, y escrita en respuesta a un amigo que le habia enviado los poemas "Helian", "Kaspar Hauser Lied", y "abendland" de George Trakl, Wittgenstein, a quien la poesia de Rilke le parecia artificial, afirmo: "Le agradezco por el envio de los poemas de Trakl.
angel necesario), Heraclito, Trakl, Blanca Varela, Rimbaud y los poetas de siete anos; con Mestre .