John Updike s Early Years reveals for the first time the young Updike s developing personality and precocious creativity. Relying upon interviews with classmates and friends, and offering extensive connections to his mature work, De Bellis shows how his school years incubated his mature work.qAchey, Mary A. (later Cooke), 147 acrostic poems, 60a61, 84 administration, high school, 131, 132 Afterlife, 9 Albright ... 68; on Nancy Wolf, 70; as playmate, 65; profile of, 145; on Wesleya#39;s teaching, 13 Bowman, Margaret L. (later Gechter), anbsp;...
|Title||:||John Updike's Early Years|
|Author||:||Jack De Bellis, David P. Silcox|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2013|