All the King's Men (Harvest)
Robert Penn Warren (Author)
DescriptionWinner of the Pulitzer Prize, this classic book is generally regarded as the finest novel ever written on American politics. It describes the career of Willie Stark, a back-country lawyer whose idealism is overcome by his lust for power.
September 01, 1996
5.2 X 1.9 X 7.9 inches | 1.2 pounds
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About the Author
Robert Penn Warren (1905-1989) was born in Guthrie, Kentucky. Over a period of more than forty years he wrote in an extraordinary variety of forms, his work includes eight novels and eight volumes of poetry, as well as short stories, critical essays, drama, biography, history, and two studies of race relations in America. Among his many awards are two Pulitzer prizes, for his novel All the King's Men (1946) and for his volume of poetry Promises (1957), which also won the National Book Award. In 1967 he received the Bollingen Prize in Poetry.