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The Southern review. Vol. 21, no. 2.

Author: Robert Penn Warren
Publisher: [Baton Rouge, La.] : Louisiana State University Press, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Huey Pierce Long; Robert Penn Warren; C Vann Woodward; Huey Pierce Long; C Vann Woodward
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Penn Warren
OCLC Number: 697844755
Notes: "An anniversary issue: the Southern writer."--cover.
"This issue of the Southern review is for Mr. [Robert Penn] Warren on his eightieth birthday, April 24, 1985."--p. [244]
Robert Penn Warren's copy, with numerous annotations throughout, mostly about Huey Long, All the King's Men, C. Vann Woodward, and Louisiana in the 1930s and 40s. See also related manuscript material in the Stuart Wright Collection, #1169, Robert Penn Warren Papers, in Joyner Library Special Collections.
Description: [14] p., p. 245-563, [6] leaves of plates : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: An anniversary year / Lewis P. Simpson --
The death of Huey Long: a photographic essay / Charles East --
Politics and education, with an introduction by Charles East / Huey P. Long --
Conference on Literature and Reading in the South and Southwest, 1935 / edited by Thomas W. Cutrer --
The literary marketplace and the Southern writer today / George Core --
Writing as an act of faith / Allen Wier --
Shelby Foote's Civil War / James M. Cox --
Woodward and Southern identity / Gaines M. Foster --
"Mr. Faulkner" and "Ernest V. Trueblood" / Michael Grimwood --
Eric Voegelin: in memoriam / Ellis Sandoz --
Reflections on William Faulkner: an interview with Albert I. Bezzerides / Louis Daniel Brodsky --
Communication and communion: a dialogue, with an introduction by Henri Cole / Stanley Kunitz and Allen Tate --
William Alexander Percy and the Fugitives: an exchange of letters, with an introduction by Walker Percy / edited by Jo Gulledge --
Uncertain season in high country / Robert Penn Warren --
A sculptor, welding / William Jay Smith --
Taking the wheel; Getting what she wants; One woman, seen twice / Dabney Stuart --
"Motions of the Heart"-Pascal / Rosanne Coggeshall --
Woman in red: Vogue cover, 1919 / Catharine Savage Brosman --
Around the campire; On the killing floor; Listen!; The flies; The last time I saw General Lee: an idyll; The summer of the drought: Macon, Georgia, 1874 / Andrew Hudgins --
After the killing / William M. White --
The cousins / Elizabeth Spencer --
The millennium garden of the new Jerusalem / Brad Cahoon --
J.P. and the water tower / Paul Ruffin --
Quincy / Jefferson Humphries --
Willis Carr at bleak house / David Madden --
Diary of a Union soldier / Pat Carr --
Naked acts by Southerners / D.E. Richardson --
Another Southern storyteller / Beverly Jarrett --
With constant light: the poetry of John Finlay / DAvid Middleton.

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