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  1. Rabbit Angstrom: A Tetrology: Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit Is Rich; Rabbit at Rest by John Updike, 1995-10-17
  2. My Father's Tears: And Other Stories by John Updike, 2010-05-25
  3. The Early Stories: 1953-1975 by John Updike, 2004-09-28
  4. Golf Dreams by John Updike, 1997-09-08
  5. Couples by John Updike, 1996-08-27
  6. Self-Consciousness by John Updike, 1990-05-28
  7. Rabbit, Run by John Updike, 1996-08-27
  8. Due Considerations: Essays and Criticism by John Updike, 2008-09-30
  9. In the Beauty of the Lilies by John Updike, 1997-01-21
  10. The Maples Stories (Everyman's Library Pocket Classics) by John Updike, 2009-08-04
  11. The Centaur by John Updike, 1996-08-27
  12. Terrorist: A Novel by John Updike, 2007-05-29
  13. Rabbit at Rest by John Updike, 1996-08-27
  14. Still Looking: Essays on American Art by John Updike, 2005-11-08

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3. John Updike, Writer
John Updike 1932 Novels. Updike, John, The Poorhouse Fair, 1959. Rabbit, Run, 1960. The Centaur, 1963. Of the Farm, 1965. Couples, 1968.
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John Updike
Novels Updike, John,
The Poorhouse Fair,
Rabbit, Run,
The Centaur,
Of the Farm,
Couples,
Rabbit Redux,
A Month of Sundays,
Marry Me,
The Coup,
Rabbit Is Rich, The Witches of Eastwick,
1984. Cinema: The Witches of Eastwick S., Rabbit at Rest, Memories of the Ford Administration, Brazil, Gertrude and Claudius, Seek My Face,
Original Short Fiction
Updike, John, The New Yorker Playboy
Collections of Short Fiction
Updike, John, The Same Door, Pigeon Feathers, Olinger Stories, The Music School, Bech: A Book, Museums and Women Knopf, New York, 1972. Too Far to Go, Problems, Bech Is Back, Trust Me, Afterlife Knopf, New York, 1994. ISBN: 0-679-43583-2 Licks of Love
Poetry
Updike, John, The Carpentered Hen, Telephone Poles, Midpoint, Tossing and Turning, Facing Nature, Knopf, New York, 1985. ISBN: 0-394-54385-8
Anthology of Short Fiction Edited
Updike, John, The Best American Short Stories of the Century Houghton Mifflin, New York, 1999. ISBN: 0-395-84368-5

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John (Hoyer) Updike (1932-2009) American novelist, short story writer and poet, internationally known for his novels RABBIT, RUN (1960), RABBIT REDUX (1971), RABBIT IS RICH (1981), and RABBIT AT REST (1990). They follow the life of Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom, a star athlete, from his youth through the social and sexual upheavals of the 1960s, to later periods of his life, and to final decline. Updike's oeuvre was large, consisting of novels, collections of poems, short stories, and essays. "The heart prefers to move against the grain of circumstance; perversity is the soul's very life." (from Assorted Prose John Updike was born in Reading in Pennsylvania, but until he was 13 he lived in Shillington, a smaller city near Reading, and then he moved away to Plowville, PA. Updike's childhood was shadowed by psoriasis and stammering, but his mother encouraged him to write. In his childhood Updike lived in an isolated farm. Escaping to the world of mystery novels, he consumed books by Erle Stanley Gardner, Ellery Queen, Agatha Christie, and John Dickson Carr. A lot of his early reading was English. "I'm almost an English novelist manqué," Updike said later. However, dead authors depressed him. After high school in Shillington, where his father worked as a science teacher, Updike attended Harvard – Updike chose the university because it was the location of the world's oldest humor magazine, the Harvard

8. New York Times Life And Times
Reviews of the author s books published up to 1997, texts of articles by him and audio files of interviews and readings.
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9. John Updike - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
John Hoyer Updike (March 18, 1932 – January 27, 2009) was an American novelist, poet, short story writer, art critic, and literary critic. Updike's most famous work is his Rabbit
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Massachusetts United States Occupation novelist, short story writer, literary critic Genres Modernism literary realism Notable work(s) Rabbit Angstrom novels
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The Witches of Eastwick
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John Updike is of a distant Dutch background. His ancestors came to the United States in the seventeenth century. Their Dutch name was Op de Dijk, which has over time been
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11. John Updike Biography -- Academy Of Achievement
John Updike Biography. Two Pulitzer Prizes for Fiction John Updike Date of birth March 18, 1932 Date of death January 27, 2009. Print Biography
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13. The SALON Interview: John Updike
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THE SALON INTERVIEW: JOHN UPDIKE
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F or a man who dislikes interviews he has called them "a form to be loathed; a half-form like maggots" John Updike is an agile and adept interview subject. In conversation he seems to shed, as the critic James Wolcott has put it, "bright amounts of angel fluff" about almost any topic at hand. At age 64, there is indeed something snow-capped and oddly angelic about Updike; he seems to hover over the contemporary literary scene like an apparition from another era, the last great American man of letters. On a recent Friday in New York, a snowy and harried day that would find him shuffling from "Good Morning America" to "Charlie Rose" to a marathon telephone conference with 20 journalists, Updike took an hour to talk to SALON about his new novel "In the Beauty of the Lilies" a vigorous and expansive book that tracks four generations in a single American family as well as a career that has spanned some 40 books, including 17 novels and numerous collections of short stories, poems, and criticism. He also spoke on a variety of other topics, including the American cinema and its discontents (Quentin Tarantino, "Leaving Las Vegas"), the current state of The New Yorker as witnessed in its fiction ("They kind of go for more pow, more zap"), Bill Clinton's sexual and political conundrums, and his rather autumnal feelings about the decline and fall of the American reader. In your new novel, "In the Beauty of the Lilies," both religion and the movies figure very prominently in the lives of many of the characters, and there's a sense that film has somehow replaced religion as the place people look to for clues about how to live. How true is this?

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  • Alain de Botton on Responding to Critics
    Posted on July 2, 2009 32 Comments (This is the second of an interconnected two part response involving Alain de Botton. In addition to answering my questions, Alain de Botton was very gracious to send along this essay.) Technology Many people are only just waking up to how blurred web technology has... Full Story
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    Regretting the Error
    Posted on January 27, 2009 4 Comments [UPDATE: Apparently, it's amateur hour at the New York Times. After fixing the above headline, Matt Bucher observed that The Broken Estate was not published in 1966. James Wood was then only a year old. (And, no, the above screenshot wasn't faked. I resized it... Full Story
    RIP John Updike
    Posted on January 27, 2009 5 Comments I have just been informed by several people that John Updike is dead. Words fail me right now. And I have been lurched over for the last few minutes. Updike meant a lot to me. As much as Westlake, McGoohan, and David Foster Wallace. And...

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Includes the article John Updike s American Comedies and a review of Rabbit at Rest.
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18. John Updike — Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia Updike, John. Updike, John, 1932–, American author, b. Shillington, Pa., grad. Harvard, 1954. His novels and stories, written in a wellmodulated prose of extraordinary
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John Updike reads his short story "The Witnesses."
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