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According to one of the notes in the book (I am extremely grateful for them, but they weren't enough), these angels have nothing to do with the angels of the Christian heaven.
"The angel of the Elegies is that creature in whom the transformation of the visible into the invisible, which we are accomplishing, appears already consummated ...
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A face only illuminated by the distant light of the stars. This book includes Rilke's most celebrated works: Duino Elegies and The Sonnets to Orpheus.
Just as a manon the last hill showing him his whole valleyone last time, turns, and stops, and lingers -so we live, and are forever leaving. Feeling the bittersweet breeze of the night in your face.