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Volume 5 (2005) Centennial Edition

This centennial number of our Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies, graced by memoirs by Rosanna and Gabriel Warren and a poetic tribute by Peter Davison, is strong on reminiscence, as it should be, but it also addresses the author’s present place in American letters, revisits major works, revises old understandings, suggests new questions and lines of inquiry, and introduces Warren scholars to a particularly valuable collection of primary materials that holds considerable promise for future investigations. Warren’s vibrant legacy as poet, novelist, playwright, editor, teacher, and cultural and literary critic is nothing less than a national treasure. A century after his birth, he continues to give us, scholars and lay readers alike, cause for celebration and gratitude.-- from the Editors' Foreward

Articles

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Title Page
Robert Penn Warren Studies

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Contents
Robert Penn Warren Studies

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Editors' Forward
William Bedford Clark and James A. Grimshaw

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Places: A Memoir
Rosanna Warren

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A Son Remembers
Gabriel Warren

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Memories of Warren
Charles East

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A Conversation with Lewis P. Simpson
William Bedford Clark and James A. Grimshaw Jr.

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About the Center
Robert Penn Warren Studies

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About the Circle
Robert Penn Warren Studies

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About the Birthplace
Robert Penn Warren Studies

Editors
William Bedford Clark and James A. Grimshaw, Jr.
Managering Editors
Ted Hovet and Lloyd Davies
Robert Penn Warren Fellow
Catherine Colvin