All Books By Rosanna Warren

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  1. Book ImagePoetic Diaries 1971 and 1972

    Poetic Diaries 1971 and 1972 is one of the Nobel Prize–winning poet Eugenio Montale’s final works, and it reveals the last act of the twentieth-century master to be one of splendid negation.More

  2. Book ImagePoetic Notebook 1974–1977

    Poetic Notebook 1974–1977, one of the final volumes assembled by Eugenio Montale before his death, shows the last act of the twentieth-century master to be one of splendid negation.More

  3. Book ImageGhost in a Red Hat

    “Achieves a delicate balance between structural solidity and movement. . . . Warren’s latest poems tend to veil their complexity in understatement.”—Harvard ReviewMore

  4. Book ImageThe Collected Poems of Eugenio Montale

    A majestic translation of one of the Nobel Prize-winning masters of twentieth-century poetry.More

  5. Book ImageGhost in a Red Hat

    "An important poet . . . beyond the achievement of all but a double handful of living American poets."—Harold BloomMore

  6. Book ImageDeparture

    "An important poet...beyond the achievement of all but a double handful of living American poets."—Harold BloomMore

  7. Book ImageStained Glass

    Stained Glass is a distinguished and elegiac book: somber, frequently bitter, but always invested with an authentic, quite marvelous aesthetic dignity. It marks the emergence into highly individual voice of an important poet of the eminence of the late May Swenson, beyond the achievement of all but a double handful of living American poets. Some of the poems—‘Season Due,’ ‘Science Lessons,’ most of all, ‘The Broken Pot’—are worthy of canonization. —Harold BloomMore

  8. Book ImageEach Leaf Shines Separate

    In this stunning first book, Rosanna Warren writes with wisdom, grace, and pure intelligence “as though to seize on a new life.” Exploring the complexities of nature and art, she traces continuous travail between the earth—in its tangle of roots and cyclical consolation—and the restless and protesting mind. Thus we encounter the struggle for sustaining generations of life in the villages of Europe, the ruins of Crete, a fresco or bas-relief.More