Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men
The panelists, themselves Louisiana natives, discussed Robert Penn Warren’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, All the King’s Men. The 1947 novel is the fictional story of politician Willie Talos, loosely based on real-life Louisiana politician Huey Long. The book had recently been republished by Harcourt featuring a new introduction by scholar Noel Polk. During the discussion, the panelists answered questions from members of the audience. close
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William J. Cooper Professor Louisiana State University->History Department
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John Lowe Professor Louisiana State University
Robert Mann Press Secretary U.S. Senate->Breaux, J. (D-LA)
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