Flinging Dirt in Robert Penn Warren’s All the King’s Men

The Bookshelf of Emily J.

Robert at 101 Books (one of my favorite blogs) is currently reading All the King’s Men (1946) by Robert Penn Warren.  Robert’s posts about the novel and his upcoming review of it have prompted me to remember my experiences with reading and writing about it.  All the King’s Men won the Pulitzer Prize in 1947, and I read it for an American literature class during my Master’s degree coursework.  It was a class taught by one of my favorite professors, Dr. B., who taught me how to write, how to revise, and how to think critically.  I also presented a paper on All the King’s Men at a humanities conference last year.

All the King's Men by Robert Penn Warren

From All the King’s Men, I learned about the philosophy of Idealism, which is defined by E. D. Hirsch Jr., best known for his work on cultural literacy, as “an approach to philosophy that regards mind, spirit…

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