John Updike, one of America’s most respected (and prolific) authors, died Jan. 27 after a battle with lung cancer. He was 76. We’d like to join the international celebration of his life and work, by highlighting some of the library’s resources that are available for you.
Updike is currently the featured author in EBSCO’s Literary Reference Center, where you can find an excellent overview of his life and works as well as links to other articles (you can access the Literary Reference Center from the library’s database list). In addition, the library owns copies of several of his works. A partial list includes:
|The Rabbit Tetrology||Two novels in this series won Pulitzer Prizes.|
|The Widows of Eastwick|
|Bech at Bay|
|In the Beauty of the Lilies|
|Several books of essays and short stories|
Stop by the library and acquaint (or reacquaint) yourself with this beloved author.