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Rosanna Warren
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Warren's poetry appears in The Morrow Anthology of Younger American Poets, published in 1984. This anthology showcases Warren's work as well as that of many of her contemporaries.

In The Roots of Romanticism, published in 1999, editor Henry Hardy collects lectures delivered by historian of philosophy Sir Isaiah Berlin at Washington, D.C.'s National Gallery of Art in 1965. Berlin shows how romanticism would later influence twentieth-century thinkers and artists. This is an accessible and useful study of romanticism.

Paul Horgan's study of Henriette Wyeth's art, The Artifice of Blue Light: Henriette Wyeth, released in 1994, argues that Wyeth's work "belongs in the first rank of contemporary American painters." Among other things, Horgan examines Wyeth's use of the color blue in her paintings.

Warren's second collection of poems, Stained Glass, published in 1993, contains thirty-nine poems, most of which concern death. These poems have the intensity of visual imagery...

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