High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert B. Heilman (1906
- 2004) was an American educator and writer. Heilman attended
Lafayette College and later received his Ph.D. in English from
Harvard University in 1935. Soon after, he began teaching at
Louisiana State University (LSU). His entry into LSU occurred
shortly after the rise of the fugitive poets. Also while he was at
LSU, many of his colleagues were influenced by the school of New
Criticism. One example of Heilman's writing is his essay, "The
Southern Temper." In this piece, Heilman argues that there are five
components to Southern writing. Heilman contests that Southern
writing should be valued for its ability to mix theses components
into a balanced canon.
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