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John Updike (1932 – )

Nationality: American Periods: American: 20th Century

Novelist, short story writer and poet; author of Rabbit Run and The Witches of Eastwick

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Criticism about John Updike

A Selected Bibliography of Updike Interpretation
A bibliography of useful sources on Updike’s work, including critical articles, books, reviews, and other bibliographies.
Contains: Bibliography,
Author: James Yerkes, Ph.D.

Biographical sites about John Updike

Featured Author: John Updike
This feature on John Updike includes links to several reviews of his books, online audio interviews, and New York Times articles by and about the author, dating from 1959 to the present.
Contains: Interview, Pictures, Commentary
From: The New York Times 11/19/00
Life & Times: John Updike
This New York Times page includes link to a large number of articles related to Updike – including articles he wrote, real audio interviews of him, and reviews of his books.
Contains: Interview, Pictures, Commentary
From: New York Times on the Web

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013