— [http://goo.gl/CNS2fT] "To get there you follow Highway 58, going northeast of the city, and it is a good highway and new. _______________________Or was new, that day we went up it."
Justus, James H. The Achievement of Robert Penn Warren. Baton Rouge: LSUP, 1981. -----.
―Warren's World Enough and Time and Beauchamp's Confession. American Literature, 33.4 (Jan., 1962), 500-511.
The novel All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren (1946), PDF ::
"All the King's Men" (Google eBook), by Robert Penn Warren, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1974, PDF || "All the King's Men", chapter by chapter; 'The Fiction of Robert Penn Warren' by Randolph Paul Runyon @ Ohio State University || "HEROES WITH A HUNDRED NAMES: MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE IN ROBERT PENN WARREN‘S EARLY FICTION" by LEVERETT BELTON BUTTS || READING GUIDE, All the King's Men, A Novel || Robert Penn Warren: Online Resources
"All the King's Men" (1949 by Robert Rossen) movie script, PDF ::
The Prime Minister replied: "No, your Majesty, he is the Kingfish of Louisiana."
"My word," the King exclaimed, "What is a Kingfish? Is it a new title for rulers, like that of Hitler, der fuehrer?"
"Yes, your Majesty," the Prime Minister said, bending low, "it means that he is the dictator of that Sovereign State."
--George Bernard Rice, "The true story of Huey P. Long", Library at University of Texas.