While teaching at Louisiana State University during the 1930s, Robert Penn Warren (second from right) founded the influential literary journal The Southern Review and helped to develop the New Criticism, which dominated literary analysis during the mid-twentieth century.
|Coverage||Between 1929 and 1935|
|Regions||Southeast Louisiana (Florida Parishes), East Baton Rouge|
|Time Periods||Long Era|
|Repository||The Historic New Orleans Collection|
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