This 2019 Ohio Valley Chapter Regional Emmy Award-nominated original KET production explores the life and career of Kentucky's most acclaimed writer of the 1946 novel All the King's Men, which earned him a Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. He also received two Pulitzer Prizes in poetry and served as our nation's Poet Laureate. The documentary traces Warren's birth (1905) and upbringing in Guthrie, Kentucky, his years at Vanderbilt University and eventual inclusion into the Nashville Agrarians, and his path as a poet, novelist, scholar, and journalist.
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