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  • Story Of Willie Stark
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    The title of the book is All The King's Men and the Publication date for this book is 1996. The author Robert Penn Warren was a very famous author. His life was full of many achievements that helped him become recognized. He even won the Pulitzer Prize for this book All The King's Men. Warren was inspired to write this book because when he was younger he lived in the state of Louisiana and around this time Huey P. Long was already an established politician. Warren started out writing poetry but ...
  • Warren's Career As A University Teacher
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    Charles Bonner WARREN, Robert Penn (24 Apr. 1905-15 Sept. 1989), author and educator, was born in Guthrie, Kentucky, the son of Robert Franklin Warren, a businessman, and Anna Ruth Penn, a schoolteacher. Throughout Warren's childhood on a Kentucky tobacco farm he heard tales of the Civil War from his grandfathers, both of whom had fought for the Confederacy. These stories provided a rich source of memories and images that, he later remarked, nurtured his art. The shaping influence of this southe...
  • Robert Penn Warren
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    Robert Penn Warren, born in Guthrie, Kentucky in 1905, was one of the twentieth century's most eminent American writers. He was a distinguished novelist and poet, literary critic, essayist, short story writer, and creditor of numerous textbooks. He also a founding editor of The Southern Review, a journal of literary criticism and political thought. The primary influences on Robert Warren's career as a poet were probably his Kentucky boyhood, and his relationships with his father and his maternal...
  • Poetry Of Robert Penn Warren
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    April 2001 Great American Poet Poetry is a response to the world in which we live. Many poets are, and have been, convinced that the modern world is a terrifying place in which to live. American poetry has been dominated by negative voices. Warren's voice is markedly different. At the heart of Warren's poetry is a celebration of man's intellect and imagination, his integral place within nature, and his relationship to time and the past; ultimately, joy coexists with the knowledge of life's many ...
  • Motifs Of Weaknesses And Strengths In Goodwood
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    In the story "Goodwood Comes Back", the author, Robert Penn Warren, reveals, with a touch of motif and foreshadowing, how a childhood upbringing usually affects the kid's decision-making skills as an adult. Luke Goodwood is a person full of talents, one of them being able to pitch, which takes him to the big leagues, where fame and fortune is brought upon him. Luke, who lived all of his childhood in a small Alabama town, was not raised to learn how to handle such a reputation or responsibility, ...

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