Rodin taught him the value of objective observation and from this Rilke developed a change in his poetic style from the subjective and broken language into something new to the European style. “The Panther” depicts the picture of a panther being locked in a cage and is not able to go around as per its freedom.
Rilke and solitude. Rainer Maria Rilke and Solitude. P oet Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) is a paragon of solitude on three different levels. His personal interest in solitude as a safeguard of creativity is evident throughout his life and is specifically referenced in his writings, including his correspondence.