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An overview of Pattiann Rogers's career can be found in Song of the World Becoming: New and Collected Poems, 1981-2001, published by Milkweed Editions in 2001.

The poem "God's Grandeur" was likely an influence on "The Greatest Grandeur." Written by Gerard Manley Hopkins, a Catholic poet and Jesuit priest, the former poem is available in almost any collection of Hopkins's poetry, including the current Dover Thrift Edition named "God's Grandeur" and Other Poems, published in 1995.

Rogers is included with other poets who examine nature, such as A. R. Ammons, Thomas Lux, and Jorie Graham, in Verse & Universe: Poems about Science and Mathematics (1998), edited by Kurt Brown.

Nineteenth-century essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson is considered to be a key figure in American transcendentalism, a philosophic and literary movement that examined how all things in nature reflected the general course of the universe. His most influential...

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