An acclaimed Southern article writer, he won the Pulitzer Award for fiction for his 1946 book, All of the King’s Guys. Two of his poetry choices, Promises (1958) and today and (1979), earned the Pulitzer Award for poetry. He graduated from Vanderbilt College or university in 1925 and continued to study on the College or university of California-Berkeley, Yale, and Oxford. He released his initial literary function, John Dark brown: The Producing of the Martyr, in 1929. He offered as U.S. Poet Laureate from 1944-1945. He and his two siblings had been delivered in Guthrie, Todd State, Kentucky, to banker Robert Franklin Warren and instructor Anna Ruth Penn Warren. He was wedded double: to Emma Brescia Warren and Eleanor Clark. He and Clark became parents to two kids: Rosanna Phelps Warren and Gabriel Penn Warren. His bestselling book, All of the King’s Guys, was modified into many stage and display screen productions, including a 2006 film starring Sean Penn.