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JOANNA MACY, whose eight books include World as Lover, World as Self, is a scholar of systems theory and Buddhist thought who helps people find inner resources for dealing with global crises.
ANITA BARROWS, a prizewinning poet and clinical psychologist, is the author of four books of her own poetry and the recipient of an NEA grant as well as the Quarterly Review of Literature’s contemporary Poetry Award. She has been a professional translator for more than thirty years.
Rilke is one of the best writers of the modern age. His imagery is complex and subtle. This book is a selection of poems and other excerpts of his work, each brief enough to read... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Trader100
I don't have the words for how much this book has affected me. I checked it out from the library to read while I was healing up from a surgery. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shane
Profound insights from a great poet philosopher. I look forward to it every morning.Published 4 months ago by Liz M
I should have looked more carefully at the reviews and maybe tried a sample of this. I found it very religious. I did not realize that Rilke was so religious. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sophie
This collection of translated poems is fabulous. I enjoy being able to pick up and read by the day or to read passages from days skipped. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lisa Hall
Ordered b/c read a few entries previously. Not quite what I expected; hoping to get into it more as time goes by.Published 7 months ago by sarah bartlett