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Robert Penn Warren : a biography

Autor: Joseph Blotner
Editorial: New York : Random House, ©1997.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Robert Penn Warren published ten novels, sixteen volumes of poetry, a book of short stories, two selections of critical essays, a biography, three historical essays, a critical book on Dreiser, a study of Melville, and two studies of race relations in America. In addition, he had an active career as an editor and as a professor of English in America's foremost universities. With All the King's Men, he was awarded  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Biography
Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Blotner, Joseph Leo, 1923-
Robert Penn Warren.
New York : Random House, c1997
(OCoLC)645836461
Persona designada: Robert Penn Warren; Robert Penn Warren; Robert Penn Warren; Robert Penn Warren
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Joseph Blotner
ISBN: 0394569571 9780394569574
Número OCLC: 34618071
Descripción: xix, 585 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contenido: Part I: Childhood and boyhood --
The parents --
Childhood --
Growing years --
Humiliation, ambition, and despair --
College boy --
One of the group --
de profundis --
Part II: Graduate school --
The California experience --
New York and New Haven --
The Southerner at Oxford --
Contracts - secret and otherwise --
Fiction, faction, and Oxford degree --
Part III: Marriage and a career --
Professor Warren at Southwestern --
Professor Warren at Vanderbilt --
Trying to become a novelist --
Doors closing and doors opening --
Huey's University --
The Southern review - and other projects --
Getting it written, among other problems --
Night rider, and a new beginning --
Italy, the play, and the war --
The loneliness artist --
Part IV: Arrivals and departures, acclaim and anguish --
In the Northland, at fame's door --
In the service of the state --
All the king's men - at last --
Prizes and performances --
Writing a novel - from Taormina to Sirmione --
Premieres and closings --
The historical novel --
Part V: Remarriage, fatherhood, and renewal --
A new life --
Homestead and watershed --
Entrances and exits --
Political reportage and poetic frenzy --
Promises fulfilled - and made --
Twenty years' gestation --
A reversal of fortune --
Part VI: Recording history: literary and otherwise --
The war --
Great expectation --
Recording the negro revolution --
Garnerings from under the fig tree and elsewhere --
Two kinds of visions --
American literature in two volumes --
Two books and a crisis --
In the midst of life --
Calamities and conquests --
Part VII: Honors and valedictory --
The tenth novel --
A new book of verse and a new Brother of dragons --
The seventy-fifth --
Travel and transition: at home and afar --
A new book and a new baby --
The last collected poems --
Poet laureate - and patient --
The inexorable seasons --
Leaf falling.
Responsabilidad: Joseph Blotner.
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Robert Penn Warren published ten novels, sixteen volumes of poetry, a book of short stories, two selections of critical essays, a biography, three historical essays, a critical book on Dreiser, a study of Melville, and two studies of race relations in America. In addition, he had an active career as an editor and as a professor of English in America's foremost universities. With All the King's Men, he was awarded his first Pulitzer Prize. Two more Pulitzers followed (for poetry), and he won, as well, virtually all the other major awards for American writers. For almost six decades he was a dominant, influential, and much-loved author. This remarkable career is fully examined for the first time in Joseph Blotner's authoritative biography, in which Red Warren's life turns out to be far more interesting than most of us knew. It is a life that reflects the main currents of twentieth-century American literary activity, a life enhanced by important friendships with Allen Tate, Katherine Anne Porter, Andrew Lytle, Eudora Welty, T. S. Eliot, Cleanth Brooks, Albert Erskine - one of the great American editors - and many others.

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