A twentieth-century Southern article writer who decried the consequences of industrialization, he’s most widely known for functions like the Velvet Horn (1957) and A Wake For The Living (1973). He also edited the Sewanee Review during his educational tenure in the University from the South. He went to Vanderbilt University or college, where he fulfilled many of his fellow Southern Agrarian writers. He was nominated for the Country wide Book Honor for fiction for The Velvet Horn. He was created in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He passed away in his house state at age ninety-two. He and Allen Tate had been both Southern Agrarian writers.