Read a short story from Updike's collection "Licks of Love" titled "How Was It, Really?"
Essay by George J. Searles discusses how the author and his work should be treated in the college environment.
Link to an excerpt from Updike's novel "Bech at Bat," and read an article about Updike's relationship to his writing and characters.
Essay compares Updike with Joseph Conrad and discusses "Rabbit, Run."
Explore a bibliography of the prolific author's fiction along with biographical resources regarding Updike's life and literary career.
Find an encyclopedia entry for Pulitzer Prize winning writer, John Updike, author of "Rabbit is Rich" and "Rabbit at Rest."
Ron Rifkin reads an excerpt from the prolific author's 49th book, which concerns the life of a New York writer named Henry Bech from the Vietnam War through the Nineties.
Follow an interview with the renowned author about religion, movies and popular culture.
Read a review of the author's novel "Gertrude and Claudius." Link to other reviews.