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At least since the dawn of the Romantic era, it has been assumed that the poet lives a lonely life, isolated in his garret. Nevertheless, writers are not always hermits and misanthropes. As human beings, they crave the company of other human beings; as artists they need the stimulation of other artists.…Even a selective account [such as this] of Warren's most important literary associations during such a long and active life could fill a good size book.
Clemson University Digital Press
Robert Penn Warren: Genius Loves Company, edited by Mark Royden Winchell (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Digital Press, 2007), xiv, 122 pp. Paper. ISBN 978-0-9796066-3-2