Robert Penn Warren  

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Robert Penn Warren (April 24, 1905 – September 15, 1989) was an American poet, novelist, and literary critic and was one of the founders of New Criticism. He was also a charter member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers. He received the 1947 Pulitzer Prize for the Novel for his novel All the King's Men (1946) and the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1958 and 1979. He is the only person to have won Pulitzer Prizes for both fiction and poetry.


Bibliography

  • Understanding Poetry (1938), college textbook, with Cleanth Brooks
  • Night Rider (novel) (1939)
  • At Heaven's Gate (1943)
  • Understanding Fiction (1943), with Cleanth Brooks
  • All the King's Men (1946)
  • Promises: Poems (1954 – 1956)
  • Meet Me in the Green Glen (1971)
  • Now and Then
  • John Brown: The Making of a Martyr
  • Thirty-six Poems
  • Eleven Poems on the Same Theme
  • Selected Poems, 1923 – 1943
  • Blackberry Winter
  • The Circus in the Attic (1968) (short story collection)
  • World Enough and Time (1950)
  • Brother to Dragons: A Tale in Verse and Voices (1953)
  • Band of Angels (1955)
  • Segregation: The Inner Conflict in the South
  • Selected Essays
  • The Cave (1959)
  • Remember the Alamo! (1958)
  • You, Emperors, and Others: Poems 1957-1960
  • The Legacy of the Civil War
  • Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War (1961)
  • Flood: A Romance of Our Time (1964)
  • Who Speaks for the Negro? (1965)
  • Selected Poems: New and Old 1923 – 1966
  • Incarnations: Poems 1966 – 1968
  • Christmas Gift 1937
  • Democracy and Poetry (1975)
  • A Place to Come to (1977) (final novel)
  • Brother to Dragons: A Tale in Verse and Vorces - A New Version (1979)
  • Jefferson Davis Gets His Citizenship Back (1980)
  • Rumor Verified: Poems 1979-1980 (1981)




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