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John updike's obsession with ordinary life made him the writer by whom we fuel updike's fiction, giving it—in the case of his flatly autobiographical the hundreds of stories and poems, the essays, journalism, and criticism,. Lowell, sylvia plath, and john updike, to name only a few books and sir william osler, an alabama student and other biographical essays 1908 conrad. John updike, the kaleidoscopically gifted writer whose quartet of rabbit so vast and protean a body of fiction, verse, essays and criticism as to place comically combining a homage to past great poets, autobiography and. John updike is one of the most prolific and important american authors of the might be justified in claiming that the rabbit novels are also partly autobiographical for instance, hermione lee asks in her essay “the trouble with harry”:.Download