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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. My head responded to the lone stretches of peace resulting in solitude, one hundred years later. Questo lamento di Trakl nella poesia "Per Via" rappresenta molto bene lo spirito di questa raccolta del poeta di Salisburgo scritta a 28 anni!
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E come in tutte le opere di TRakl, immagini tardo-romantiche e bucoliche si alternano a visioni moderne ed inquietanti e funeree. Significativo che l'ultima poesia sia dedicata a Kaspar Hauser, simbolo dello "straniero", del "viandante", del "folle", del "dipartito", in una parola dell'uomo che tenta di trovare una strada nuova verso una condizione di pace nella natura Georg Trakl died from a cocaine overdose while recovering from a nervous breakdown in a military hospital during World War I. He was awaiting the proofs of Sebastian Dreaming which he had requested despite the fact that the publication of this collection was put off indefinitely because of The Great War.
Although some of the poems have appeared in other collections, the translator has argued that these poems ought to be read as part of this single collection, which is what Trakl himself intended.
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Not yet, anyway. In short, the tone of these poems is more deeply melancholic than those in the previous collection. In Dream and Benightment he writes: O, cursed breed. When every fate is consummated in filthy rooms, death enters the household with mouldering footsteps. O, that spring was outside and a lovely bird might sing in the blossoming tree. But the sparse green withers grey at the window of those who come by night and the bleeding hearts still think about evil.
Orpheus, who was torn apart by wild beasts as he sings a lament for his lost wife, is an apt figure for the destruction that passion can wreak on a human soul: When Orpheus strums the lyre silver, Lamenting one dead in the evening garden, Who are you, one reposed, under towering trees?
The autumn reeds rustle with the lament, The blue pond, Dying away under greening trees And following the shadow of the sister; Dark love of a wild kind, For whom the day rushes by on golden spokes.
Silent night. Trakl never tells us he is melancholy or sad or overcome with despair. But instead he describes Love as a pink angel appearing quietly to a boy or Joy as an evening sonata playing in cool rooms.
Finally, I would like to mention the pervasive use of colors in this collection. The pages are consumed with the various shades that Trakl sees in nature.
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Colors play an interesting role in expressing our emotions; we wear black at a funeral and a red dress to a festive party. Different colors are associated with different holidays and seasons. Perhaps color was the best way that Trakl knew how to deal with and process his complicated emotional struggles. The poem By Night contains a different color in each line that captures the mood of what could be the beginning of a passionate night: The blue of my eyes is put out in this night. The red gold of my heart. How still burns the candle.
Seagull Books will publish one final collection of poetry in the Trakl series. I look forward to reading that collection and comparing it with the previous two volumes. Dec 04, K's Bognoter rated it liked it Shelves: on-my-bookshelf. The second volume in Seagull's three part series Our Trakl. This is the last collection prepared for publication before Trakl's overdose death in at age Theis Duelund rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Morten Gregersen rated it liked it Apr 08, FranzFranz95 rated it it was ok May 30, Hanno52 rated it liked it Jul 01, Zoe rated it it was amazing Nov 11, Fernanda rated it liked it Apr 09, Mer Gc rated it it was amazing Jan 18, Tagra Banjac rated it it was amazing Nov 12,