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Books by John Updike

POEMS

The Carpentered Hen
(1958) •
Telephone Poles
(1963) •
Midpoint
(1969) •
Tossing and Turning
(1977) •
Facing Nature
(1985) •
Collected Poems 1953–1993
(1993) •
Americana
(2001) •
Endpoint
(2009)

NOVELS

The Poorhouse Fair
(1959) •
Rabbit, Run
(1960) •
The Centaur
(1963) •
Of the Farm
(1965) •
Couples
(1968) •
Rabbit Redux
(1971) •
A Month of Sundays
(1975) •
Marry Me
(1976) •
The Coup
(1978) •
Rabbit Is Rich
(1981) •
The Witches of Eastwick
(1984) •
Roger’s Version
(1986) •
S
. (1988) •
Rabbit at Rest
(1990) •
Memories of the Ford Administration
(1992) •
Brazil
(1994) •
In the Beauty of the Lilies
(1996) •
Toward the End of Time
(1997) •
Gertrude and Claudius
(2000) •
Seek My Face
(2002) •
Villages
(2004) •
Terrorist
(2006) •
The Widows of Eastwick
(2008)

SHORT STORIES

The Same Door
(1959) •
Pigeon Feathers
(1962) •
Olinger Stories
(a selection, 1964) •
The Music School
(1966) •
Bech: A Book
(1970) •
Museums and Women
(1972) •
Problems
(1979) •
Too Far to Go
(a selection, 1979) •
Bech Is Back
(1982) •
Trust Me
(1987) •
The Afterlife
(1994) •
Bech at Bay
(1998) •
Licks of Love
(2000) •
The Complete Henry Bech
(2001) •
The Early Stories: 1953–1975
(2003) •
My Father’s Tears
(2009) •
The Maples Stories
(2009)

ESSAYS AND CRITICISM

Assorted Prose
(1965) •
Picked-Up Pieces
(1975) •
Hugging the Shore
(1983) •
Just Looking
(1989) •
Odd Jobs
(1991) •
Golf Dreams
(1996) •
More Matter
(1999) •
Still Looking
(2005) •
Due Considerations
(2007) •
Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu
(2010) •
Higher Gossip
(2011)
• Always Looking
(2012)

PLAY

Buchanan Dying
(1974)

MEMOIRS

Self-Consciousness
(1989)

CHILDREN

S BOOKS

The Magic Flute
(1962) •
The Ring
(1964) •
A Child’s Calendar
(1965) •
Bottom’s Dream
(1969) •
A Helpful Alphabet of Friendly Objects
(1996)

J
OHN
U
PDIKE
was born in Shillington, Pennsylvania, in 1932. He graduated from Harvard College in 1954 and spent a year in Oxford, England, at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. From 1955 to 1957 he was a member of the staff of
The New Yorker
. His novels have won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Rosenthal Foundation Award, and the William Dean Howells Medal. In 2007 he received the Gold Medal for Fiction from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. John Updike died in January 2009.

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