References
Adkins, King. 2006. '"The Snow Filled Forest': Robert Frost's Influence on Robert Penn Warren."
rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 6:57-71.
Albin, C. D. 2002. '"Figured in Kinship': Rock, Hawk, and Dream in Warren's 'Kentucky Moun­tain Farm' and Brother to Dragons." Style: A Quarterly Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylis-tics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 263-270.
Allen, Susan Emily, and David Farrell. 1981. "Robert Penn Warren on His Writing." The Kentucky Review 2 (3): 61-68.
Allums, J. Larry. 1993. "Robert Penn Warren's Fugitive Years: A Revaluation." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 75-85.
Amacher, Richard E. 1950. "Warren's Original Sin: A Short Story." Explicator 9:21.
Amend, Brian. 2004. "Robert Penn Warren, the New Hermeneutics, and Historicism." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:1-19.
Anderson, Daniel. 2015. '"Long Years Ago, in Minneapolis...": The Late Resurfacing of Robert Penn Warren's Minnesota Years.," 166-177. Southeast Missouri State UP.
Armstrong, Rick. 2013. "Elucidating the Pleasures of the Text: The New Criticism's Pedagogical Value.," 27-52. Cambridge Scholars.
Atkinson, Ted. 2015. "Class Fantasies, Hollywood Liberalism, and the Bush Doctrine in Film Adaptations of 'Two Soldiers' and All the King's Men." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 46-55.
Augspurger, Mike. 2001. "Heading West: All The King's Men and Robert Rossen's Search for the Ideal." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 39 (3): 51-64.
Baker, Joseph E. 1947. "Irony in Fiction: 'All the King's Men'." College English 9 (3): 122-130.
Balazy, Teresa. 1975. "Warren's Meet Me in the Green Glen: An Interpretation." Studia Anglica Posnaniensia: An International Review of English Studies 6 (1-2): 147-155.
Barry, Michael G. 1993. "Interpretation and Justice: The Heart of World Enough and Time." South­ern Literary Journal 25 (2): 57-68.
Bartsch, Friedemann K. 1986. "Brother to Dragons: The Burden of Innocence." College Language Association Journal 29 (3): 336-351.
Bauerle, Richard F. 1972. "The Emblematic Opening of Warren's All the King's Men." Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 8:312-314.
Beck, Charlotte. 1984. "Randall Jarrell and Robert Penn Warren: Fugitive Fugitives." Southern Literary Journal 17 (1): 82-91.
---------. 2002. "Robert Penn Warren and the Poetics of (Im)purity." Style: A Quarterly Journal of
Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 328-343.
Beck, Charlotte H. 1994. "Robert Penn Warren." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1).
---------. 1998. "Warren Criticism Writ Small." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern
Cultures 51 (4): 723-733.
---------. 2000. "Robert Penn Warren: The Romantic Imagination." Mississippi Quarterly: The
Journal of Southern Cultures 54 (1): 139-143.
---------. 2001. "Robert Penn Warren: The Anxiety of Critical Influence." rWp: An Annual of Robert
Penn Warren Studies 1:25-43.
---------. 2003. "The Scholar with Three Initials: Tribute to R. W. B. Lewis." rWp: An Annual of
Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:7-10.
Bentley, Eric. 1948. "The Meaning of Robert Penn Warren." Kenyon Review 10 (3): 407-424.
Berger, Aimee. 2002a. "Le Silence du Bonheur and the House of Forgiveness: Space and Silence in Flood." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:77-99.
---------. 2002b. "The Aesthetics of Absence and the Scopophilic Text: Robert Penn Warren's Meet
Me in the Green Glen." Style: A Quarterly Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Lit­erary Criticism 36 (2): 308-327.
---------. 2003. "If the World Were All of One Piece: True Love and True Being in Warren's Meet
Me in the Green Glen." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:75-91.
Berry, Wes, Kristina Rice, and Angela Sloan. 2008. "Breathing New Life into Warren Studies: A Project in Secondary Education." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 8:59-86.
Blair, John. 1993. '"The Lie We Must Learn to Live By': Honor and Tradition in All the King's Men." Studies in the Novel 25 (4): 457-472.
Blight, David W 201 la. American Oracle: The Civil War in the Civil Rights Era. Belknap, Harvard UP.
---------. 2011b. "The Big Myths We Live." Yale Review 99 (4): 33-48.
Blotner, Joseph. 2005. "Robert Penn Warren, Cleanth Brooks, and the Southern Literary Tradi­tion." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:55-74.
Blum, Edward J., and Sarah Hardin Blum. 2007. "The Search for Community and Justice." In Sachsman, Rushing, and Morris 2007, 71-80.
Blum, Morgan. 1959. "Promises as Fulfillment." Kenyon Review 21 (1): 97-120.
Boyle, William. 2008. "Common Ground: Roberts, Warren, and Berry." In Roberts, Stoneback, and Florczyk 2008, 194-206.
Boyne, Joseph. 2013. '"The Modifying Colours' of Robert Penn Warren's Dreams." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 66 (2): 215-235.
Bradley, Patricia L. 1996. "The Three Ring Self: Robert Penn Warren's Circus Personae." Kentucky Philological Review 11:14-18.
Bradley, Patricia L. 2003a. "Nathaniel Hawthorne in the Attic: Robert Penn Warren's 'The Circus in the Attic' and Critical (Auto)Biography." Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 29:38-49.
---------. 2003b. "The Clown, the Acrobat, and the Ringmaster: Robert Penn Warren's 'The Circus
in the Attic' as Personal Myth." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3-A7-74-.
---------. 2006. "Robert Penn Warren, Thomas Wolfe, and the Problem of Autobiography." South
Carolina Review 38 (2): 136-145.
---------. 2007. "Robert Penn Warren, Thomas Wolfe, and the Problem of Autobiography." In
Winchell 2007c, 13-22.
---------. 2011. "Choosing Sides during the Culture Wars of the 1920s, '30s, and '40s: Robert Penn
Warren, the Weight of Agrarianism, and the Popular Audience." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 64 (1-2): 25-57.
—. 2015. "Angelic Acrobats and Fallen Southern Women: William Faulkner and Robert Penn
Warren Go to the Circus." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 19-30.
Brown, Sterling A. 1998. "Unhistoric History." Callaloo 21 (4): 749-766.
Buisson, Franchise. 2015. "From the Circle of Time and Memory to the Circus of Fiction: Bolton Lovehart and a Few Faulknerian Puppets." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 98-113.
Bulgozdi, Imola. 2013. "The New Criticism and Southernness: A Case for Cultural Studies.," 89-108. Cambridge Scholars.
Buller, Erin Bartels. 2014. "The Unlocked Room Problem: Evidence and Interpretation in Twentieth-Century Investigation Narratives." Dissertation Abstracts International 74 (9).
Burneko, Grace Bailey. 1993. "Innocence Recaptured: In 'Composition in Gold and Red-Gold'."
The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 95-100.
Burt, David J. 1973. "Robert Penn Warren's Debt to Homer in Flood." Notes on Contemporary Literature 3 (1): 12-14.
Burt, John. 2001. "Idealism and Rage in Proud Flesh." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:45-63.
---------. 2002a. "The Associative Style in Warren and Ashbery." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn
Warren Studies 2:179-195.
---------. 2002b. "Warren Reflects on the Discontinuities of His Poetic Career." Style: A Quarterly
Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 292-307.
---------. 2005. "Purity, Panic, and Pasiphae in Brothers to Dragons." rWp: An Annual of Robert
Penn Warren Studies 5:147-170.
---------. 2007. "Robert Penn Warren's The Legacy of the Civil War and the Meaning of Pragma­tism." American Literary History 19 (4): 964-996.
Butterworth, Keen. 2003. "Projections and Reflections in Audubon: A Vision." Southern Literary Journal 36 (1): 90-103.
Butts, Leverett. 2007. "Raised in the Briar Patch: Misreading Warren's Essay on Race." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:63-74.
Butts, Leverett Belton, IV. 2011. "Heroes with a Hundred Names: Mythology and Folklore in Robert Penn Warren's Early Fiction." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 71 (11): 4022.
Byrne, Clifford M. 1957. "The Philosophical Development in Four of Robert Penn Warren's Nov­els." McNeese Review 9:56-68.
Byrne, Connor. 2012. "In Pursuit of Understanding: Louis Untermeyer, Brooks and Warren, and 'The Red Wheelbarrow'." In Hickman and Mclntyre 2012, 134-150.
Callander, Marilyn Berg. 1983. "Robert Penn Warren's Chief." Southern Literary Journal 15 (3):
24-33.
Camastra, Nicole. 2007. '"The Deepest and Wildest Metaphor for Life': Re-Visions of Christian Faith in Robert Penn Warren's Later Poetry." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:19-31.
---------. 2008. '"Depth and Shimmer' or 'The Secret of Contact' in Elizabeth Madox Roberts and
Robert Penn Warren." In Roberts, Stoneback, and Florczyk 2008, 90-93.
Cargill, Oscar. 1947. "Anatomist of Monsters." College English 9 (1): 1-8.
Carpenter, Damian. 2015. "A Rhythm of Contrasts: The Tension between the Folkloric and Philo­sophic in Robert Penn Warren's Novels." Tennessee Philological Bulletin: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Philological Association 52:40-51.
Casson, Christine. 2012. "Historical Narrative in the Lyric Sequence: The Challenge of Robert Penn Warren's Audubon: A Vision." In Schneider 2012, 123-145.
Castille, Philip Dubuisson. 1995. "Red Scare and Film Noir: The Hollywood Adaptation of Robert Penn Warrens's All the King's Men." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 33 (2-3): 171-181.
---------. 1999. "Spiritual and Sexual Healing in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." South­ern Literary Journal 31 (2): 80-94.
---------. 2004. '"The Book I Began Years Ago': The Construction in All the King's Men." rWp:
An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:21-39.
Cheeks, Robert. 2007a. "A Pair of Moles: Robert Penn Warren and William Styron." In Winchell 2007c, 94-103.
---------. 2007b. "A Pair of Moles: Robert Penn Warren and William Styron." South Carolina Re-
view 39 (2): 89-98.
Clark, Marden J. 1961. "Religious Implications in the Novels of Robert Penn Warren." Brigham Young University Studies 4:67-79.
Clark, William Bedford. 1978. "A Meditation on Folk-History: The Dramatic Structure of Robert Penn Warren's The Ballad of Billie Potts." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 49 (4): 635-645.
---------. 1985. "Warren's Criticism and the Evolving Self." The Kenyon Review 7 (1): 48-53.
—. 1991. "Young Warren and the Problematics of Faith." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 45 (1): 29-39.
—. 1992a. "Where Ideology Leaves Off: Cowley, Warren, and Faulkner Revisited." Studies in the Novel 24 (3): 298-308.
----. 1992b. "Whitman, Warren, and the Literature of Discovery." Walt Whitman Quarterly
Review 10 (1): 10-15.
—. 2006a. "Robert Penn Warren's Band of Angels at Fifty." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 43 (2): 176-185.
—. 2006b. "Shadowing Old Red: The Editor as Gumshoe." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 6:17-24.
—. 2006c. "Warren and Pasinetti: A Study in Friendship." South Carolina Review 38 (2): 146-154.
—. 2007. "Warren and Pasinetti: A Study in Friendship." In Winchell 2007c, 56-64.
—. 2012. "The Letterly Life of Robert Penn Warren." Sewanee Review 120 (4): 598-607.
Clark, William Bedford, and Jr. Grimshaw James A. 2005. "A Conversation with Lewis P. Simp­son." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:37-53.
Clark, William Bedford, and James A. Perkins. 2015. "Invitation to a Dance: A 'Lost' Story: Robert Penn Warren." Yale Review 103 (2): 98-105.
Clements, A. L. 1963. "Theme and Reality in At Heaven's Gate and All the King's Men." Criti­cism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 5:27-44.
Cluck, Nancy. 1985. "Audubon: Images of the Artist in Eudora Welty and Robert Penn Warren."
Southern Literary Journal 17 (2): 41-53.
Condon, Robin L. 2007. "Selected Bibliography: Robert Penn Warren 2005-2007." rWp: An An­nual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:85-93.
---------. 2008. "Selected Bibliography: Robert Penn Warren 2007-2008." rWp: An Annual of
Robert Penn Warren Studies 8:87-93.
Corrigan, Lesa Carnes. 1994. "Snapshots of Audubon: Photographic Perspectives from Eudora Welty and Robert Penn Warren." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 83-91.
---------. 2000. "Robert Penn Warren: The Southern Exile." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of
Southern Cultures 54 (1): 131-137.
Corrigan, Lesa Carnes. 2001. "All the King's Men Revisited." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:89-102.
Crane, John K. 2002. '"Tough Talk in the Big Easy': Warren's Use of History and Styron's The Confessions of Nat Turner." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:163-177.
Crews, Kyle. 2008. "An 'Unreligious' Affair: (Re)Reading the American Civil War in Foote's Shiloh and Robert Penn Warren's Wilderness." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Stud­ies 8:49-58.
Cullick, Jonathan S. 1996. "Levels of Historical Representation in All the King's Men." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 34 (2): 59-64.
---------. 1997a. "From 'Jack Burden' to T: The Narrator's Transformation in All the King's Men."
Studies in American Fiction 25 (2): 197-210.
---------. 1997b. "The Making of a Historian: Robert Penn Warren's Biography of John Brown."
Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 51 (1): 33-54.
---------. 2006. "The New Critic Teaches Writing: Brooks and Warren's Modern Rhetoric." rWp:
An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 6:25-46.
Cunningham, Henry. 1992. "Jack Burden Investigates." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (1): 35-49.
Davis, David A. 1999. "T S. Eliot and Pyre of Youth: The Fugitive Poetry of Robert Penn Warren."
Southern Literary Journal 32 (1): 69-76.
---------. 2001. "Climbing Out of 'The Briar Patch': Robert Penn Warren and the Divided Con­science of Segregation." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 40 (1): 109-120.
Detels, Polly. 2002. "From Fox to Hedgehog: Warren's All the King's Men as a Gloss on Tolstoy's View of History." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:141-162.
Dietrich, Bryan. 1992. "Christ or Antichrist: Understanding Eight Words in 'Blackberry Winter'."
Studies in Short Fiction 29 (2): 215-220.
Donaldson, Susan V. 1983. '"Let That Anvil Ring': Robert Penn Warren's The Cave and Hawthorne's
Legacy." Southern Literary Journal 15 (2): 59-75.
Donohue, Cecilia. 2012. "Midcentury Jack vs. Millennium Jack: The Ongoing Burden of Identity on Film." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 267.
Douglas, Wallace W 1954. "Drug Store Gothic: The Style of Robert Penn Warren." College En­glish 15 (5): 265-272.
Drake, Robert. 1994. "Robert Penn Warren's Enormous Spider Web." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 11-15.
---------. 1998. "Correspondence: Literary and Otherwise." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of
Southern Cultures 51 (4): 713-716.
Duane, Daniel. 1994. "Of Herons, Hags and History: Rethinking Robert Penn Warren's Audubon: A Vision." Southern Literary Journal 27 (1): 25-35.
Duff, Gerald. 2012. "Fugitive Days." Southwest Review 97 (2): 274-288.
Ealy, Steve D. 2013. "Original Sin, Crises of Faith, and the Possibility of Redemption in All the King's Men." In Evans 2013. 209-228.
Ealy, Steven D. 2002. '"An Exciting Spiral': Robert Penn Warren on Race and Community." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:101-122.
---------. 2003. "The Struggle to Write as the Creation of the Self: Robert Penn Warren on 'A Vision
Earned'." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:93-103.
---------. 2006. '"A Friendship That Has Meant So Much': Robert Penn Warren and Ralph W
Ellison." South Carolina Review 38 (2): 162-172.
---------. 2007. '"A Friendship That Has Meant So Much': Robert Penn Warren and Ralph Ellison."
In Winchell 2007c, 83-93.
---------. 2009. "Robert Penn Warren's Encounter with Thomas Jefferson in Brother to Dragons."
Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 62 (1-2): 95-115.
East, Charles. 2005. "Memories of Warren." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:25-32.
EUer, Jonathan R., and C. Jason Smith. 1994. "Robert Penn Warren: A Bibliographical Survey 1986-1993." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 169-194.
Emerson, Bert. 2012. '"Little Jackie Made It Stick, All Right': The Implicating Narrative of Jack Burden." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 201.
Empson, William, and John Haffenden. 1993. "The Ancient Mariner: An Answer to Warren." The
Kenyon Review 15 (1): 155-177.
Evans, Robert C. 2013. Crisis of Faith. Ipswich, Massachusetts: Salem Press.
Ferriss, Lucy. 1994. "Sleeping with the Boss: Female Subjectivity in Robert Penn Warren's Fic­tion." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 147-167.
---------. 1999. "Tale of Time." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 53 (1):
131-136.
---------. 2002. "The Aesthetics of Robert Penn Warren [Special Issue]." Style: A Quarterly Journal
of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 200-362. Fleece, Jeffrey. 1951. "Further Notes on a 'Bad' Poem." College English 12 (6): 314-320.
Ford, Newell F. 1954. "Kenneth Burke and Robert Penn Warren: Criticism by Obsessive Metaphor."
Journal of English and Germanic Philology 53:172-177.
Frank, William. 1958. "Warren's Achievement." College English 19 (8): 365-366.
Frankel, Aaron. 2002. "Working in the Theater with Robert Penn Warren." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:1-16.
Freese, Peter. 1981. '"Rising in the World' and 'Wanting to Know Why': The Socialization Process as Theme of the American Short Story." Archiv fur das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 218 (2): 286-302.
Fridy, Will. 1991a. "Peering into the Pure Imagination: Robert Penn Warren's 'The Circus in the Attic'." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 45 (1): 69-75.
---------. 1991b. "The Author and the Ballplayer: An Imprint of Memory in the Writings of Robert
Penn Warren." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 44 (2): 159-166.
Frost, William. 1953. "Warren's 'Pursuit'." Explicator 11.
Funk, William H. 2008. "Glimpses of Seasons: A Pilgrimage to the Birthplace of Robert Penn Warren." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 46 (1): 100-108.
Furr, Derek. 2013. "Re-Sounding Folk Voice, Remaking the Ballad: Alan Lomax, Margaret Walker, and the New Criticism." Twentieth Century Literature 59 (2): 232-259.
Fury, Frank P. 2005. "Sports, Politics, and the Corruption of Power in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature 22 (2): 57-73.
Galvan, Luis. 2006. "Lectura de la poesia en la education literaria: Apuntes de metodo." Revista de Literatura 68 (135): 41-75.
Gilpin, Robert Blakeslee. 2007. "The Fugitive Imagination: Robert Penn Warren's John Brown." In Sachsman, Rushing, and Morris 2007, 59-70.
Golding, Alan. 2010. "Louis Zukofsky and the Avant-Garde Textbook." Chicago Review 55 (3-4): 27-36.
Goldsmith, Jeff. 2005. "All the King's Men: Steven Zaillian on Everything from Absolute Power to His Writing Process." Creative Screenwriting 12 (6): 56-60.
Gorman, Gene I. 2013. '"Restricted Movement' and Coordinates of Freedom: Southern Chain Gangs in Twentieth-Century American Literature and Film." Dissertation Abstracts Interna­tional 73 (12).
Grannis, Kerry Searle. 2006. "Winning the Fight for Survival and Self-Knowledge: Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." In Robertson 2006, 257-266.
---------. 2010. "Secular Spiritual Quests in Modern American Novels, 1922-1960." Dissertation
Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 71 (4): 1298.
Gray, Jonathan W. 2006. "Innocence by Association: Civil Rights in the White Literary Imagina­tion." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 67 (4): 1338.
---------. 2013. Civil Rights in the White Literary Imagination: Innocence by Association. UP of
Mississippi.
Gray, Larry A. 2012. "The Great Disconnect: Jack Burden and History in All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 79.
Gray, Richard J. 1972. "The American Novelist and American History: A Revaluation of All the King's Men." Journal of American Studies 6:297-307'.
Grieve-Carlson, Gary. 2009. "A Usable Past? Poetry and History in Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 62 (1-2): 117-136.
Grimshaw, James A. 1994. "Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren: Notes on Their Literary Correspondence." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 93-104.
Grimshaw, James, and Mary N. Huff. 1971. "(Review Article of) Robert Penn Warren: A Bibliog­raphy." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 65:188-190.
Grimshaw, Jr., James A. 1976. "Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men: An Annotated Checklist of Criticism." Resources for American Literary Study 6:23-69.
---------. 1981. "Some Observations on Robert Penn Warren's Bibliography." The Kentucky Review
2 (3): 19-30.
---------. 1993. "Biographical Trends in Warren Criticism: The 1980s." The Southern Quarterly: A
Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 51-67.
---------. 2006. Robert Penn Warren: A Documentary Volume. Dictionary of Literary Biography
(DLB): 320. Gale.
---------. 2007a. "Robert Penn Warren and Albert Russell Erskine, Jr.: A Sixty Year Friendship."
South Carolina Review 39 (2): 110-128.
—. 2007b. "Robert Penn Warren and Albert Russell Erskine, Jr.: A Sixty-Year Frienship." In Winchell 2007c, 37-55.
—. 2007c. "Robert Penn Warren in the 21st Century: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly." rWp:
An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:75-83.
Gross, Seymour L. 1957. "Conrad and All the King's Men." Twentieth Century Literature: A Schol­arly and Critical Journal 3 (1): 27-32.
---------. 1958. "The Achievement of Robert Penn Warren." College English 19 (8): 361-365.
Hakim, Andrew M. 2012. '"The Theory of Historical Costs': JackBurden, History, and the (Mis)Representation of the Past in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 121.
Hamblin, Robert W 1990. "Robert Penn Warren at the 1965 Southern Literary Festival: A Personal Recollection." Southern Literary Journal 22 (2): 53-62.
---------. 2015. '"The World Is Like an Enormous Spider Web': The Contrasting Legacies of
Thomas Sutpen and Cass Mastern." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 31-45.
Hannaford, Richard. 1976. "Sugar-Boy and Violence in All the King's Men." Notes on Contempo­rary Literature 6 (3): 10-13.
Hatchett, Judith. 2006. "Can All the King's Men Be Put Together Again? An Examination of the Restored Edition." Kentucky Philological Review 21:28-32.
Hendricks, Randy. 2008. "Poetic Affinities: James Dickey and Robert Penn Warren." James Dickey Newsletter 24 (2): 21-28.
Hendricks, Randy J. 1994a. "Warren's Wandering Son." South Atlantic Review 59 (2): 75-93.
---------. 1994b. "Warren's Wilderness and the Denning 'If'." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal
of Southern Cultured (1): 115-131.
Hendricks, Randy, James A. Perkins, and William Bedford Clark. 2010. "Letters by Robert Penn Warren." Southern Review 46 (4): 657-672.
---------. 2013. "Selected Letters of Robert Penn Warren, Volume 6: Toward Sunset, at a Great
Height, 1980-1989."
Hersh, Allison. 1994. "Representations of Temporal Liminality in Caroline Gordon's 'The Brilliant Leaves' and Robert Penn Warren's Meet Me in the Green Glen." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 32 (2): 79-94.
Heuston, Sean. 2004. "Anybody Raised Down Home-Down South: Brother to Dragons and War­ren's Southern Ethnography." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 58 (1-2): 347-372.
---------. 2011. Modern Poetry and Ethnography: Yeats, Frost, Warren, Heaney, and the Poet as
Anthropologist. Palgrave Macmillan.
Hickman, Miranda B, and John D Mclntyre. 2012. Rereading the New Criticism. Columbus: Ohio State University Press.
Hiers, John T 1975. "Buried Graveyards: Warren's Flood and Jones' A Buried Land." Essays in Literature 2:97-104.
Hubsch, Allen W 1985. "Two Kings and a Jack: The Kipling Factor in All the King's Men."
English Language Notes 22 (4): 59-62.
Hutchisson, James M. 2006. "On the Restoration of Texts: The Scholar as 'Better Editor'." Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 16:344-355.
Ingrasci, Hugh J., and Michael J. Meyer. 2012. Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men (Dia­logue). Amsterdam: Rodopi.
Jackson, Richard. 1980. "The Shards of Time: Robert Penn Warren and the Moment of the Self: A
Review Essay." Southern Humanities Review 14:161-167.
Jancovich, Mark. 1991. "Robert Penn Warren as New Critic: Against Propaganda and Irresponsi­bility." Southern Literary Journal 24 (1): 53-65.
Johnson, Glen M. 1980. "The Pastness of All the King's Men." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 51 (4): 553-557.
10
Justus, James H. 1962. "Warren's World Enough and Time and Beauchamp's Confession." Amer­ican Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 33 (4): 500-511.
---------. 1969. "A Note on John Crowe Ransom and Robert Penn Warren." American Literature:
A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 41 (3): 425-430.
---------. 1984. "Warren's Later Poetry: Unverified Rumors of Wisdom." Mississippi Quarterly:
The Journal of Southern Culture 37 (2): 161-171.
---------. 1993. "Wisdom on the Slant: Warren Over the Long Haul." The Southern Quarterly: A
Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 37-50.
---------. 1994. "Warren's Terra." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1):
133-146.
—. 1996. "Warren in the 1990s and the Prospects for Southern Writers." South Carolina Review 29 (1): 179-186.
—. 2004. "The Rival Texts of 'The Ballad of Bille Potts'." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn
Warren Studies 4:50-59.
Kamarovskaya, Tatyana. 2011. "Adam and the War." Respectus Philologicus 19 (24): 93-98.
Kaplan, Charles. 1960. "Jack Burden: Modern Ishmael." College English 22 (1): 19-24.
Kazin, Alfred. 1959. "The Seriousness of Robert Penn Warren." Partisan Review 26:312-316.
Keiser-Morris, Graciela. 2003. "Robert Penn Warren as Poet/Philosopher: The Influence of S0ren Kierkegaard in the Poetic Vision." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:105-119.
Kelvin, Norman. 1957. "The Failure of Robert Penn Warren." College English 18 (7): 355-364.
King, Vincent A. 1997. "Robert Penn Warren, the Reader, and the Reconciliation of Opposites in 'The Ballad of Billie Potts,' Brother to Dragons, and Audubon." Southern Literary Journal 29 (2): 61-71.
King, William E. 1996. "Tragedy in the Technetronic Age: Robert Penn Warren's 'New Dawn'."
Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 50 (1): 85-100.
Konoki, Takaomi. 2014. "Conversion as 'a Human Constant' in Robert Pen Warren's Brother to Dragons." Studies in English Literature 55:75-93.
Kopcewicz, Andrzej. 1971. "Assertions of Loneliness (Robert Penn Warren's The Ballad of Billie Potts)." Studia Anglica Posnaniensia: An International Review of English Studies 3 (1-2): 107-112.
Koppelman, Robert. 1994. "All the King's Men, Spiritual Aesthetics, and the Reader." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 105-114.
---------. 2012. "All the King's Men, Spiritual Aesthetics, and the Reader." In Ingrasci and Meyer
2012, 253-263.
11
Koppelman, Robert S. 2004. "Warren and Oral Narrative: The Case for Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:61-76.
Kunin, Jason. 1997. "Coloring Warren: Moral Ambiguity in All the King's Men and Its Use in Primary Color's Treatment of Race." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 35(4): 107-111.
Lavender, Amy K. 2006. "Time and Space Connect the World in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 6:73-81.
Law, Richard. 1976. "Warren's Night Rider and the Issue of Naturalism: The 'Nightmare' of Our Age." Southern Literary Journal 8 (2): 41-61.
Law, Richard G. 1978a. "Brother to Dragons: The Fact of Violence vs. the Possibility of Love."
American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 49 (4): 560-579.
---------. 1978b. "The Case of the Upright Judge': The Nature of Truth in All the King's Men."
Studies in American Fiction 6:1-19.
---------. 1981. "At Heaven's Gate: 'The Fires of Irony'." American Literature: A Journal of Liter-
ary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 53 (1): 87-104.
Le Cor, Gwen. 2002. "Silence and Voices in Robert Penn Warren's The Cave." Mississippi Quar­terly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 56 (1): 55-64.
---------. 2006. "Vision in Robert Penn Warren's Poetry." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren
Studies 6:47-56.
---------. 2010. "The Critical Voice and the Narrative Voice: Robert Penn Warren's Essay on Co­leridge and All the King's Men." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 63 (1-2): 119-133.
---------. 2012. "L'Ecriture geologique de la memoire dans les romans de Robert Penn Warren."
Cercles: Revue Pluridisciplinaire du Monde Anglophone 23:29-41.
Leiter, Andrew B. 2015. "Civil War Evasions: Race in Faulkner's 'Mountain Victory' and Warren's Wilderness." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 56-80.
Lewis, R. W. B. 1993. "The Great Dragon Country of Robert Penn Warren." The Southern Quar­terly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 13-36.
Liu, Xiangyang. 2005. "Lun Aogusiding shi jian guan yu Luobote Pan Wolun de shi ge chuang zuo." Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu 5 (115): 115.
Ljungquist, Kent. 1980. "JackBurden's 'Kingdom by the Sea'." Notes on Contemporary Literature 10 (1): 4-5.
Lockhart, Tara. 2012a. "Teaching with Style: Brooks and Warren's Literary Pedagogy." In Hick­man and Mclntyre 2012, 195-217.
---------. 2012b. "The Shifting Rhetorics of Style: Writing in Action in Modern Rhetoric." College
English 75 (1): 16-41.
12
Luongo, Jennifer R. 2006. "Memory, History, and the Journey West in the Twentieth-Century Novel." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 67 (5): 1731.
Lydon, Christopher. 1986. "Robert Penn Warren." Partisan Review 53 (4): 606-612.
MacKethan, Lucinda. 2004. '"Trying to Make Contact': 'Mortmain' as Pre-Text for Robert Penn Warren's Portrait of a Father." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 58 (1-2): 373-386.
MacLeod, Alexander. 2012. '"Disagreeable Intellectual Distance': Theory and Politics in the Old Regionalism of the New Critics." In Hickman and Mclntyre 2012, 173-194.
Madden, David. 2003. "The Charged Image in All the King's Men." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:33-45.
Magaw, Malcolm O. 1988. "Pilgrimage to Ambivalence: A Reinterpretation of Robert Penn War­ren's A Place To Come To." Midwest Quarterly: A Journal of Contemporary Thought 29 (4): 469-486.
Mansfield, Luther Stearns. 1978. "History and the Historical Process in All the King's Men."
Centennial Review 22:214-230.
Mapes, Kathryn. 2004. '"Heart of Autumn' as Impure Act." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn War­ren Studies 4:77-90.
Marcus, Greil, and Werner Sollors. 2009. A New Literary History of America. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
Marrs, Suzanne. 1981. "John James Audubon in Fiction and Poetry: Literary Portraits by Eudora Welty and Robert Penn Warren." Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South 20 (4): 378-383.
Marsden, Steve. 2001. "Taint Angel Voices I Didn't Always Savvy': T S. Eliot and the Mystical Subtext of All the King's Men." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:65-88.
Marshall, Anne. 2013. "The Jack Burden of Southern History: Robert Penn Warren, C. Vann Wood­ward, and Historical Practice.," 70-87. Southern Literary Studies (SLSt). Louisiana State UP.
Matsuoka, Shinya. 2015. "Unsustainable Freedom: The Civil War Narratives of Warren and Faulkner." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 81-97.
Maxwell, Angela Christine. 2009. "A Heritage of Inferiority: Public Criticism and the American South." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 69 (7): 2758.
McCarron, Bill. 1999. "Warren, Dreiser, Virgil, Tacitus." Notes on Contemporary Literature 29
(5): 2-3.
---------. 2002. "Warren's Recondite Vocabulary." Style: A Quarterly Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics,
Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 344-350.
13
McCarron, Bill. 2004. "Novel and Movie: Dolls in Band of Angels." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:91-106.
McCarron, Bill, and James Grimshaw. 1996. "Cicero's De Senectute and Warren's Night Rider." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 50 (1): 115-116.
McCarron, Bill, and Paul Knoke. 2001. "Sex, Love, and Literary Allusion in Robert Penn Warren's A Place to Come To." Notes on Contemporary Literature 31 (1): 2-4.
---------. 2002. "From Gent to Gentil: Jed Tewksbury and the Function of Literary Allusion in A
Place to Come To." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:65-75.
---------. 2007. "Narrator Myopia in 'Goodwood Comes Back'." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn
Warren Studies 7:1-10.
McCarron, William E. 1975. "Warren's All the King's Men and Arnold's 'To Marguerite-Continued'."
American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 47 (1): 115-116.
McDonald, Joyce. 1996. "Lacan's Mirror Stage as Symbolic Metaphor in All the King's Men."
The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 34 (4): 73-79.
McDonald, Rob. 2015. "Robert Penn Warren's Guthrie: Selections from Native Ground." The
Southern Quarterly 52 (4): 74-103.
McDowell, Frederick P. W. 1955. "Psychology and Theme in Brother to Dragons." PMLA: Publi­cations of the Modern Language Association of America 70 (4): 565-586.
---------. 1957. "The Romantic Tragedy of Self in World Enough and Time." Critique: Studies in
Contemporary Fiction 1 (2): 34-48.
McGraw, Eliza Russi Lowen. 1998. '"Alone but Not Lonesome': Jewishness in Robert Penn War­ren's Flood." Religion and Literature 30 (3): 121-133.
McParland, Robert. 2012. "The Inversion of Home in All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 181.
Meckier, Jerome. 1970. "Burden's Complaint: The Disintegrated Personality as Theme and Style in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." Studies in the Novel 2 (1): 7-21.
Mereani, Fadia. 2015. "The Inadequacy of Language in William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying and Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 209-225.
Meyer, Michael J. 2012. "The Many Faces of God: Layered Imagery of the Deity in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 237.
Miller, Alan. 2006. "A Self, Out of the Wild: Wilderness in the Works of Robert Penn Warren."
rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 6:83-88.
Miller, Mark D. 1994. "Faith in Good Works: The Salvation of Robert Penn Warren." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 57-71.
14
Miller, Victoria Thorpe. 2003. "Shared Lives and Separate Studies: The Literary Marriage of Eleanor Clark and Robert Penn Warren." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:135-159.
Millichap, Joseph. 2004. "Robert Penn Warren's Classicism: Deciphering Dead Languages and Questioning Father Figures." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:107-121.
---------. 2006a. "Robert Penn Warren and the Legacy of Robert Frost." South Atlantic Review 71
(2): 48-67.
---------. 2006b. "Robert Penn Warren, David Milch, and the Literary Contexts of Deadwood."
South Carolina Review 38 (2): 183-191.
---------. 2007a. "Robert Penn Warren, David Milch, and the Literary Contexts of Deadwood." In
Winchell 2007c, 114-122.
---------. 2007b. "Warren's Faulkner." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 60
(2): 351-367.
Millichap, Joseph R. 1993a. "Robert Penn Warren's Divine Comedy." Kentucky Philological Re­view 8:34-40.
---------. 1993b. "Robert Penn Warren's West." Southern Literary Journal 26 (1): 54-63.
—. 1994. "Robert Penn Warren and Regionalism." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 29-38.
—. 1996. '"A Special Kind of Complex Eden': Robert Penn Warren's Italy." Southern Quar­terly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 34 (2): 65-71.
—. 2006. "The Warren Family's 2005 Gift of Audio-Visual Materials to the Robert Penn Warren Collection of the Kentucky Library at Western Kentucky University." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 6:89-94.
—. 2009. Robert Penn Warren after Audubon: The Work of Aging and the Quest for Transcen-
dence in His Later Poetry. Southern Literary Studies. Louisiana State UP.
Mitchell, Mark T 2012. "Theological Reflections on Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 223.
Morgan, William M. 2001. "Left Alone in Modernity: Robert Penn Warren and Contemporary Criticism." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 54 (3): 393-398.
Morris, Tony. 2007. "Apocalyspe and Redemption: The Life and Works of Robert Penn Warren and Robert Lowell." South Carolina Review 39 (2): 99-109.
Morrison, Valerie M. 2004. "The Tangled Hieroglyphics of Robert Penn Warren's Late Poetry."
rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:123-141.
Murphy, Paul. 2005. "Divorcing Robert Penn Warren from the South." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:75-86.
(NA). 2014a. "Arts and Letters [Special Section]." Sewanee Review 122 (4): 675-692.
15
(NA). 2014b. "Robert Penn Warren's Submission of 'John Crowe Ransom: A Study in Irony,' 1935." Virginia Quarterly Review 90 (1): 225.
Nardoni, Valerio. 2008. "Sofferenza e riscatto del limite: Sei testi poetici di Robert Penn Warren."
Citta di Vita: Bimestrale di Religione Arte e Scienza 63 (5): 419-426.
Negron, Dennis. 2015. "William Faulkner's Dilsey, Robert Penn Warren's Manty, and Race Poli­tics." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 194-208.
O'Brien, Joseph M. 1972. "Cultural History in All the King's Men." Notes on Contemporary Lit­erature 2 (3): 14-15.
Overall, Keri. 2003. "Re-Viewing History: Native Americans in Night Rider and Chief Joseph."
rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:121-133.
Parrish, Timothy. 2011. Ralph Ellison and the Genius of America. U of Massachusetts P.
Payne, Ladell. 1968. "Willie Stark and Huey Long: Atmosphere, Myth, or Suggestion?." American Quarterly 20:580-595.
Perkins, James. 2012. "Jack Burden: Successful Historian in All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 91.
Perkins, James A. 1994. "Racism and the Personal Past in Robert Penn Warren." Mississippi Quar­terly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 73-81.
---------. 2001. "Robert Penn Warren and James Farmer: Notes on the Creation of New Journalism."
rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:163-175.
---------. 2007. "Observations on Robert Penn Warren's 'The Day Dr. Knox Did It'." rWp: An
Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:11-18.
---------. 2008. "Brooks and Warren in Heaven: A Short Story with Endnotes." rWp: An Annual of
Robert Penn Warren Studies 8:25-32.
Perkins, James A., Randy Hendricks, and William Bedford Clark. 2011. "Selected Letters of Robert Penn Warren, Volume 5: Backward Glances and New Visions, 1969-1979."
Perkins, James A., Patrick C. McCarthy, and Jr. Allen Frank D. 2002. "Human Genetics and All the King's Men: The Case of Jack Burden's Paternity." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 56 (1): 65-75.
Peterman, Gina D. 1992. "Warren's 'Summer Storm (circa 1916),' and 'God's Grace'." Explicator 50(2): 112-115.
Piacentino, Edward J. 1981. "No More 'Treachy Sentimentalities': The Legacy of T S. Stribling to the Southern Literary Renascence." Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South 20 (1): 67-83.
Picken, Conor. 2015. '"There Ought to Be a Law': Prohibition in Faulkner and Warren." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 138-149.
16
Polk, Noel. 2002. "The Text of the 'Restored' Edition of All the King's Men." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:17-64.
---------. 2012. "The Text of the 'Restored' Edition of All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer
2012, 23.
Poole, Charles Ruffin. 1995. "Father Figures in All the King's Men." Mount Olive Review 8:313-315.
Prestridge, Sam. 2002. "Walking So His Feet Don't Touch the Ground: Robert Penn Warren, the Regional Motive, and 'Kentucky Mountain Farm'." Style: A Quarterly Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 242-262.
Quinn, O.S.F., Bernetta. 1976. "Warren and Jarrell: The Remembered Child." Southern Literary Journal 8 (2): 24-40.
---------. 1983. "Gull against a Crimson Sky: Birds in the Later Poems of Robert Penn Warren."
Southern Literary Journal 15 (3): 11-23.
Railton, Ben. 2012. '"The Awful Responsibility of Time': Understanding History in All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 103.
Raines, Howell. 2009. "1934, September: Robert Penn Warren Picks Up an Elderly Hitchhiker Who Tells Him How Huey Is Building Farm-to-Market Roads and Toll-Free Bridges to Help the Poor Farmers in Louisiana: All the King's Men." In Marcus and Sollors 2009, 677-682.
Ramsay-Johnson, Karen. 1998. '"Voices in My Own Blood': The Dialogic Impulse in Warren's Non-Fiction Writings about Race." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 52 (1): 33^5.
Raper, Porter G. 1991. "Southern Identity and Myth in 'Pondy Woods'." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 30 (1): 19-23.
Rath, Sura Prasad. 2010. "Carnivalized Public Corruption: Old Feudalism and New Democracy in All the King's Men, Wise Blood, and Raag Darbari." Comparative American Studies: An International Journal 8 (1): 39-56.
Rieger, Christopher, and Robert W Hamblin. 2015. Faulkner and Warren. Cape Girardeau, MO: Southeast Missouri State UP.
Roberts, Elizabeth Madox, H. R. Stoneback, and Steven Florezyk. 2008. Elizabeth Madox Roberts : Essays of Reassessment and Reclamation. Nicholasville, KY: Wind Publications.
Robertson, Ben P, ed. 2006. Conflict in Southern Writing. International Scholarship. Troy, Ala: University of Northern Iowa. Association for Textual Study / Production, / Troy University.
Robinson, Forrest G. 1995. "A Combat with the Past: Robert Penn Warren on Race and Slavery." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 67 (3): 511-530.
Rodriguez, Hilario J. 2006. "Populismo cinematografico." Dirigido Por 360:32-33.
17
Rotella, Guy. 1978. "A Note on Warren's 'Blackberry Winter'." Notes on Contemporary Literature 8 (3): 3-5.
---------. 1979. "Robert Penn Warren's Tale of Time." Essays in Arts and Sciences 8:45-61.
Rotella, Guy L. 1978. "Testimony: Robert Penn Warren's Or Else." McNeese Review 25:75-83.
Rubin, Jr., Louis D. 1972. "Dreiser and Meet Me in the Green Glen: A Vintage Year for Robert Penn Warren." Hollins Critic 9 (1): 1-12.
Runyon, Randolph. 1984. "The Beech, the Hearth, and the Hidden Name in World Enough and Time." Southern Literary Journal 17 (1): 68-81.
---------. 1985. "The View from the Attic: Robert Penn Warren's Circus Stories." Mississippi Quar­terly: The Journal of Southern Culture 38 (2): 119-135.
---------. 2012. "Not All That Separate: Welty and Warren, Medusa and Perseus." Eudora Welty
Review 4:135-151.
Runyon, Randolph Paul. 1994. "Repeating the 'Implacable Monotone' in Thirty-six Poems." Mis­sissippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 39-56.
---------. 2001. "The World/In Which All Things Are Continuous': On the Unity of Or Else." rWp:
An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:119-142.
---------. 2002. "Warren's Poetics of Sequence: The Case of Island of Summer." Style: A Quarterly
Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 271-291.
---------. 2006. Ghostly Parallels: Robert Penn Warren and the Lyric Poetic Sequence. U of Ten­nessee P.
Ruoff, James. 1957. "Humpty Dumpty and All the King's Men: A Note on Robert Penn Warren's Teleology." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 3 (3): 128-134.
Ruppersburg, Hugh. 1988. "Discovering America's History: Robert Penn Warren's Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce." South Central Review 5 (1): 75-86.
---------. 1989. "Robert Penn Warren and the 'Burden of Our Time': Segregation and Who Speaks
for the Negro?." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 42 (2): 115-128.
Ryan, Steven T 1993. "World Enough and Time: A Refutation of Poe's History as Tragedy." The
Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 86-94.
---------. 2001. "Warren's Audubon and Coleridge's 'Kubla Khan': Two Visions." rWp: An Annual
of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:103-118.
Sachsman, David B., S. Kittrell Rushing, and Roy Morris. 2007. Memory and Myth : The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom's Cabin to Cold Mountain. West Lafayette, Ind: Purdue University Press.
Sale, Richard B. 1970. "An Interview in New Haven with Robert Penn Warren." Studies in the
Novel 2:325-354.
18
Salyer, Matthew. 2013. '"We're Just What We Are, Little Manty': Racial Passing in Robert Penn Warren's Band of Angels." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 66 (1): 79-94.
Samuels, Charles Thomas. 1962. "In the Wilderness." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction
5 (2): 46-57.
Sarnowski, Joe. 1998. "Things Exist in You without Your Knowing It: Robert Penn Warren's 'The Ballad of Billie Potts' as a Conglomeration of Myth and Folklore." Kentucky Review 14 (1):
28-37.
---------. 2000. "The Terrible Distance: Robert Penn Warren's (Unwritten Story) of Romantic
Love." Lamar Journal of the Humanities 25 (1): 5-22.
Schneider, Steven P. 2012. The Contemporary Narrative Poem: Critical Crosscurrents. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.
Schuchard, Ronald. 2005. "The Robert Penn Warren Collection at Emory University: A Personal Account." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:104-129.
Schuhriemen, Mary. 2012. "The Need to Re-evaluate: Identity in Robert Penn Warren's Or Else: Poem/Poems 1968-1974." Southern Literary Journal 45 (1): 78-94.
Scotchie, Joseph. 2006. "Warren, Bellow and the Changing Tides." South Carolina Review 38 (2): 155-161.
---------. 2007. "Warren, Bellow, and the Changing Tides." In Winchell 2007c, 76-82.
Scott, Jr., Nathan A. 1989. "Warren's Career in Poetry: Taking Counsel of the Heart Alone." The
Centennial Review 33 (2): 141-186.
Seltser, Barry Jay. 1985. "Realists, Idealists, and Political Heroism." Soundings: An Interdisci­plinary Journal 68 (1): 21-41.
Shaheen, Aaron. 2002. "Seizing the 'Bounty of This Virtuous Tree': The Sexual Underpinnings of Jeffersonian Pastoralism in Brother to Dragons." Southern Literary Journal 34 (2): 73-96.
Shaw, Patrick W 1976. "A Key to Robert Penn Warren's 'When the Light Gets Green'." CEA
Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 38 (2): 16-18.
Shepherd, Allen. 1970a. "Robert Penn Warren as a Philosophical Novelist." Western Humanities Review 24:157-168.
---------. 1970b. "Robert Penn Warren's 'Prime Leaf as Prototype of Night Rider." Studies in Short
Fiction 7:469-471.
---------. 1971. "Sugar-Boy as Foil in All the King's Men." Notes on Contemporary Literature 1
(2): 15.
---------. 1973a. "Robert Penn Warren's Audubon: A Vision: The Epigraph." Notes on Contempo­rary Literature 3 (1): 8-11.
19
Shepherd, Allen. 1973b. "Toward an Analysis of the Prose Style of Robert Penn Warren." Studies in American Fiction 1:188-202.
---------. 1973c. "Warren's All the King's Men: Using the Author's Guide to the Novel." English
Journal 62:704-708.
---------. 1974. "The Faintest Praise: Using the Unfriendly Critic." College English 36 (1): 86-89.
—. 1980. "Robert Penn Warren the Novelist, Now (and Then)." Southern Literary Journal 12 (2): 83-96.
—. 1981a. '"Clean Hands and Pure Heart': Hugh Miller in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." Notes on Contemporary Literature 11 (3): 3-5.
—. 1981b. "The Great American Polymath." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 35 (1): 53-59.
—. 1985. "Chief Joseph, General Howard, Colonel Miles: The Context of Characterization
in Warren's Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 39 (1): 21-29.
Shifflett, Joan Romano. 2014. "Reckoning' with America's Past: Robert Penn Warren's Later Po­etry." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies.
Siegle, Robert. 1984. "Species vs. Genus in the Romantic Novel: Warren's World Enough and Time." The Kentucky Review 5 (2): 46-62.
Sillars, Malcolm O. 1957. "Warren's All the King's Men: A Study in Populism." American Quar­terly 9:345-353.
Simmons, James C. 1971. "Adam's Lobectomy Operation and the Meaning of All the King's Men." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 86 (1): 84-89.
---------. 2009. "George's Folly: Robert Penn Warren's Use of the Double in All the King's Men."
Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 15 (2): 321-327.
Simpson, Lewis P. 1984. "The Ferocity of Self: History and Consciousness in Southern Literature."
South Central Review 1 (1-2): 67-84.
---------. 2005. "Robert Penn Warren and the South." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren
Studies 5:33-36.
Slotkin, Alan R. 1987. "The Language of Social Interactions: The Idiolect of Willie Stark in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." College Language Association Journal 30 (3): 294-306.
Smith, C. Jason. 2002. "Philosophers, Fools, and Kings: Notes on The Brothers Karamazov and All the King's Men." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 2:123-140.
Smith, R. T 2011. "Transformation in Poetry: On the Threshold of the Possible: A Lecture." James Dickey Newsletter 27 (2): 10-17.
Snow, Nathan M. 2007. "The Editing of Jack Burden." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:57-62.
20
Spill, Frederique. 2014. '"Je savais que c'etaient les yeux d'une vache': Faillite, Remanence et avatars du religieux dans Les Fous du roi de Robert Penn Warren." Melanges de Science Religieuse 71 (3): 5-20.
Stamant, James. 2008. "Connecting the Life within to the 'Outer Order': The Ordering of Tamed Chaos with Love in a New Land." In Roberts, Stoneback, and Florczyk 2008, 159-162.
Steiner, Shep, Rick Armstrong, and Alfred J. Drake. 2013. The New Criticism: Formalist Literary Theory in America. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Stewart, John L. 1959. "Robert Penn Warren and the Knot of History." ELH 26 (1): 102-136.
Stoneback, H. R. 2007a. '"Strange Caterwauling': Singing in the Wilderness with Boone and Audubon, Elizabeth Madox Robert and Robert Penn." South Carolina Review 40 (1): 141— 152.
---------. 2007b. "Strange Caterwauling: Singing in the Wilderness with Boone and Audubon, Eliz­abeth Madox Roberts and Robert Penn Warren." In Winchell 2007c, 1-12.
---------. 2007c. "Strange Caterwauling: Singing in the Wilderness with Boone and Audubon, Eliz-
abeth Madox Roberts and Robert Penn Warren." In Roberts, Stoneback, and Florczyk 2008, 1-12.
----. 2008. "The Box, the Glittering Strings, and the Unbearable Hillbillyness of Being: War­ren's The Cave, Country Music, and Vanderbilt Fugitive-Agrarianism." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 8:9-24.
----. 2009. "For Whom the Flood Rolls: Ernest Hemingway and Robert Penn Warren-Connections
and Echoes, Allusion, and Intertextuality." North Dakota Quarterly 76 (1-2): 7-21.
Strandberg, Victor. 1968. "Warren's Osmosis." Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 10:23^10.
---------. 1984. "Image and Persona in Warren's 'Early' Poetry." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal
of Southern Culture 37 (2): 135-148.
---------. 1994. "Robert Penn Warren and the Classical Tradition." Mississippi Quarterly: The Jour­nal of Southern Culture 48 (1): 17-28.
---------. 1995. "Brother to Dragons: Poem/Play/Film." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the
Arts in the South 33 (2-3): 187-196.
---------. 2001. "Whatever Happened to 'You'?-A Poetic Odyssey." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn
Warren Studies 1:143-161.
---------. 2004. "Memories of RPW" rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 4:143-153.
Strandberg, Victor H. 1964. "Theme and Metaphor in Brother to Dragons." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 79 (4): 498-508.
Suarez, Ernest. 1994. "Contemporary Southern Poetry and Critical Practice"." The Southern Re­view, 30 (4): 674-688.
21
Suarez, Ernest. 1997. "Towards a New Southern Poetry: Southern Poetry in Contemporary Amer­ican Literary History." The Southern Review 33 (1): 181-196.
---------. 1999. "Impure Poetry and Critical Purity." ES: Revista de Filologia Inglesa, no. 22: 37-
44.
—. 2000. "Robert Penn Warren and the Younger Southern Poets." In The Legacy of Robert Penn Warren, 60-70. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
—. 2003a. "An Interview with R. W B. Lewis." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 3:11-31.
—. 2003b. "Perspectivas de la raza en la poesia contemporanea del sur de los Estados Unidos: el ejemplo de Robert Penn Warren' s "Old Nigger on a One-mule Car Encountered Late at Night When Driving Home from Party in the Back Country." In Cultura, Racismo e Discrim­ination na Lingua e na Literature, edited by Jose Ramon Losada Duran, 103-116. Servicio de Publicaciones, Universidad de Vigo,
—. 2013. "Southern Verse in Poetry and Song"." In The Cambridge Companion to the Liter­ature of the American South, 72-87. Cambridge University Press.
—. 2014. "Writing the South: Twentieth Century Southern Poetry." In The Cambridge History
of American Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Sullivan, Walter. 1970. "The Historical Novelist and the Existential Peril: Robert Penn Warren's Band of Angels." Southern Literary Journal 2 (2): 104-116.
Szalay, Michael. 2002. "All the King's Men; or, the Primal Crime." Yale Journal of Criticism: Interpretation in the Humanities 15 (2): 345-370.
Szczesiul, Anthony. 1993. "Robert Penn Warren's Audubon: Vision and Revision." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 47 (1): 3-13.
---------. 2001. '"Language Barrier': Warren at the 'Inevitable Frontier' of Postmodernism." rWp:
An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 1:1-23.
---------. 2002. "The Conservative Aesthetic of Warren's Early Poetry." Style: A Quarterly Journal
of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 36 (2): 222-241.
Szczesiul, Anthony E. 1998. "The Immolation of Influence: Aesthetic Conflict in Robert Penn Warren's Poetry." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 52 (1): 47-72.
Taylor, Kyle. 2010. "The Voice in the Continuum: The Repeated Call for Human Dignity in War­ren's Anti-Segregation Arguments." South Atlantic Review 75 (2): 55-68.
Taylor, Rebekah. 2015. "Modernist Ecologies: Faulkner's Wilderness and Warren's Wasteland." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 125-137.
Taylor-Wiseman, Rebekah A. 2016. "Beneath the Flood: Robert Penn Warren's Homage to the Environmentally Displaced." Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 52 (4): 307-325.
22
Terry, Patricia. 1992. "Articulating a Vision of History: Three Novels by Robert Penn Warren."
Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South 3 (4): 341-349.
Thiemann, Fred R. 1995. "Original Sin, Redemption, and Language in Robert Penn Warren's Po­etry." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 49 (1): 3-11.
---------. 1996. "Politics and the Self in Robert Penn Warren's Poetry." South Atlantic Review 61
(4): 83-96.
Tipton, Nathan G. 2002. "Queer Be Dragons: Homosocial Identity and Homoerotic Poetics in Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 55 (2): 231-245.
Tjenos, William. 1976. "The Poetry of Robert Penn Warren: The Art to Transfigure." Southern Literary Journal 9 (1): 3-12.
Tromily, Lucas. 2000. "Impurifying Poe: Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 53 (2): 225-236.
Tucker, Kenneth. 1982. "The Pied Piper-A Key to Understanding Robert Penn Warren's 'Black­berry Winter'." Studies in Short Fiction 19 (4): 339-342.
Turner, Daniel Cross. 2006. "Modern Primitives: Mergings in the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren and James Dickey." South Carolina Review 38 (2): 173-182.
---------. 2007. "Modern Primitives: Mergings in the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren and James
Dickey." In Winchell 2007c, 104-113.
Van Dyke, John C. 2000. "Language at the End of Modernism: Robert Penn Warren's A Plea in Mitigation." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 53 (2): 237-250.
---------. 2002. '"A Critical Sense Worthy of Respect': John Marston and the Early Poetics of
Robert Penn Warren." Style: A Quarterly Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Liter­ary Criticism 36 (2): 203-221.
Vauthier, Simone. 1974. "The Case of the Vanishing Narratee: An Inquiry Into All the King's Men." Southern Literary Journal 6 (2): 42-69.
Virtanen, Reino. 1958. "Camus' Le Malentendu and Some Analogues." Comparative Literature 10 (3): 232-240.
Waage, Frederick O. 1993. "Warren's New Dawn." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 101-105.
Waldrep, Christopher. 1991. "William Faulkner, Robert Penn Warren, and the Law." Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South 2(1): 39-50.
Walker, Marshall. 1974. "Robert Penn Warren: An Interview." Journal of American Studies 8:229-
245.
---------. 1989. "Robert Penn Warren: Audubon and Imagination." Studia Anglica Posnaniensia:
An International Review of English Studies 22:153-162.
23
Walker, Marshall. 2008. "RPW, Sibelius, and the Dream." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 8:1-8.
Warren, Gabriel. 2005. "A Son Remembers." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies
5:13-22.
Warren, Rosanna. 2005. "Places: A Memoir." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:1-11.
Watkins, Floyd C. 1983a. "Robert Penn Warren's Roman Poems: You and the Emperors." Essays in Literature 10 (2): 255-262.
---------. 1983b. "The Ungodly in Robert Penn Warren's Biblical Poems." Southern Literary Jour­nal 15 (3): 34-46.
---------. 1983c. "To Emerson with Love: A Rattlesnake from Robert Penn Warren." Mississippi
Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 36 (2): 91-103.
---------. 1984a. "A National Poet." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 37 (2):
173-178.
—. 1984b. "Sex and Art on Tour: Warren's 'Flaubert in Egypt'." Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 20 (3): 326-338.
—. 1985. "Following the Tramp in Warren's 'Blackberry Winter'." Studies in Short Fiction
22 (3): 343-345.
—. 1988. '"The body of this death' in Robert Penn Warren's Later Poems." The Kenyon
Review \0{4):3\-4\.
Weaks, Mary Louise. 1984. "The Search for a 'Terra' in A Place to Come To." Mississippi Quar­terly: The Journal of Southern Culture 37 (4): 455-468.
Weatherby, Harold L. 2005. "Warren's Willie Talos: Reflections on the Name." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:131-137.
Weathers, Winston. 1964. '"Blackberry Winter' and the Use of Archetypes." Studies in Short Fic­tion 1:45-51.
Webb, Max A. 1981. "Audubon: A Vision: Robert Penn Warren's Response to Eudora Welty's 'A Still Moment'." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 34 (4): 445-455.
Weissbuch, Ted N. 1961. "Jack Burden: Call Me Carraway." College English 22 (5): 361.
Wensink, Joseph. 2007. "Cass Mastern, Josiah Royce, and the Envelope of Responsibility." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 7:33-56.
Westervelt, Linda A. 2001. "Robert Penn Warren's A Place to Come To: An Altersroman Inspired by Dante." Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 34 (1-2): 101-124.
Wilcox, Earl. 1967. "Warren's All the King's Men, Epigraph." Explicator 26.
Wilcox, Earl J. 1979. '"A Cause for Laughter, a Thing for Tears': Humor in All the King's Men."
Southern Literary Journal 12 (1): 27-35.
24
Wilcox, Earl J. 1990. "The 'Good Old Boy' King: Carlisle Floyd's Willie Stark." South Carolina Review 22 (2): 106-115.
Wilhelm, Albert E. 1980. "Images of Initiation in Robert Penn Warren's 'Blackberry Winter'."
Studies in Short Fiction 17:343-345.
Wilson, Benjamin J. 2015. "Approaching the Other Through Aesthetics: Faulkner, Warren, Native Americans, and Modernism." In Rieger and Hamblin 2015, 178-193.
Wilson, Ryan. 2016. "Warren, Eliot, Dante, and the Promises of Tradition." Sewanee Review 124 (1): 136-149.
Winchell, Mark Royden. 1981. "Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons: Irony and the Image of Man." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 35 (1): 15-24.
---------. 1984. "A Place To Come From: The Nashville Agrarians and Robert Penn Warren." Cana­dian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d'Etudes Americaines 15 (2): 229-239.
---------. 2005. "Understanding Whittier; or, Warren in the Aftermath of Modernism." rWp: An
Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies 5:87-102.
---------. 2007a. "Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren: A Beautiful Friendship." In Winchell
2007c, 23-36.
---------. 2007b. "Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren: A Beautiful Friendship." South Car-
olina Review 40 (1): 153-166. —. 2007c. Robert Penn Warren: Genius Loves Company. Clemson, S.C.: Clemson University
Digital Press.
Winn, Thomas H. 1993. "The Night Rider Revisited: A Historical Perspective." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 31 (4): 68-74.
Witte, Flo. 1974. "Adam's Rebirth in Robert Penn Warren's Wilderness." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 12:365-377.
Wood, Edwin Thomas. 1984. "Oh Native Soil: A Talk with Robert Penn Warren." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 37 (2): 179-186.
Wright, Edward. 2013. "Robert Penn Warren's Experiment in Identity: 'Tale of Time' and Audubon: A Vision." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 66 (4): 669-689.
Wright, Stuart. 2014. "Man of Letters." Sewanee Review 122 (4): 680-684.
Wulff, Alex. 2012. "Twitches and Trigger-Fingers: Accidental Homicides and Suicides in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men." In Ingrasci and Meyer 2012, 149.
Wyatt, David M. 1977. "Robert Penn Warren: The Critic as Artist." Virginia Quarterly Review: A National Journal of Literature and Discussion 53:475-487.
Young, Thomas Daniel. 1981. "Assessing Robert Penn Warren's Literary Achievement." Missis­sippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 35 (1): 41-52.
25
Young, Thomas Daniel. 1984. "Brother to Dragons: A Meditation on the Basic Nature of Man." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 37 (2): 149-159.
---------. 1985. "Quo Vadimus? Or the Books Still Unwritten: Statements by Tate, Warren, Spender,
and Lowell." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 38 (4): 415^-34.
26