Paul Murphy


The author considersWarren’s place in American intellectual history, which is at present problematic. He argues thatWarrenmust be seen as more than a “Southerner.” Though he dealt with Southern materials and saw himself as an uprooted exile and wanderer,Warrenemerged from a modernist ethos and went on to write in an existentialist idiom. His career was played out on a world stage.



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