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Guillen, Michael, Five Equations That Changed the World: The Power and Poetry of Mathematics, Hyperion Press, 1996.

Guillen examines the subject of math from an artistic
standpoint, bringing out the beauty embedded in
such equations as Newton's universal law of gravitation
and Faraday's law that connects electricity to
magnetism.



Irmscher, Christopher, The Poetics of Natural History: From James Bartram to William James, Rutgers University Press, 1999.

Irmscher traces the historical development of naturalists
in American history from 1730 to 1868. This
is well before Rogers's time but provides an interesting
context.


Midgley, Mary, Science and Poetry, Routledge, 2001.

The point of English philosopher Midgley's book is
that science and poetry share the same goals but are
too often isolated from one another.

Williams, M. L., "Knowers and Makers: Describing the Universe," in The Measured Word: On Poetry and Science, edited by Kurt Brown, University of Georgia Press, 2001, pp. 14-23.

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