John Updike: A Bibliography, 1967-93 - Bibliographies & Indexes in American Literature No. 17. (Hardback)Jack De Bellis (editor)
Hardback 344 Pages / Published: 01/08/1993
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John Updike continues to be one of America's most important contemporary writers. This bibliography provides a comprehensive record of works by and about Updike published from 1967 through mid-1993, and it includes a few earlier works omitted by earlier bibliographers as well. The bibliography begins with a section of works by Updike. This section includes the customary books, plays, short fiction, and poetry that one would expect in a bibliography, as well as more unusual items, such as letters, interviews, unsigned items from "The New Yorker," and illustrations. The second part of the book lists works about Updike, including criticism of particular works, dissertations, parodies and caricatures, and works in non-print media. In each of these broad sections, works are first grouped by genre and then listed chronologically. The bibliography indicates special editions and other information in the entries. Appendices list translations of Updike's works and periodicals in which he has published.
Number of pages: 344
Weight: 748 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 33 mm
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