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    Jack Nicholson will turn 80 on April 22, 2017. Also, the actor is all set to end his seven-year absence from big screen with Paramount Pictures's English-language ...

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  • John Updike - Wikipedia

    John Hoyer Updike (March 18, 1932 – January 27, 2009) was an American novelist, poet, short story writer, art critic, and literary critic. One of only three writers ...

  • John Updike - IMDb

    John Updike, Writer: The Witches of Eastwick. John Updike is among the leading novelists of the late 20th century, having twice won the Pulitzer Prize. Updike ...

  • John Updike (Author of Rabbit, Run)

    About John Updike: John Hoyer Updike was an American writer. Updike's most famous work is his Rabbit series (Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit Is Rich; R...

  • John Updike | Books | The Guardian

    The New York Times writer is stepping down from her role, leaving behind a remarkable career characterized by razor-sharp reviews and intra-literary rows

  • John Updike - Academy of Achievement

    John Updike was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, and spent his first years in nearby Shillington, a small town where his father was a high school science teacher.

  • John Updike: Books, Biography, Blog ...

    Visit's John Updike Page and shop for all John Updike books and other John Updike related products (DVD, CDs, Apparel). Check out pictures, bibliography ...

  • John Updike | The New Yorker

    John Updike contributed fiction, poetry, essays, and criticism to The New Yorker for a half century. He is the author of twenty-two novels, including the Pulitzer ...

  • John Updike | Biography & Writings |

    John Updike: John Updike, American writer known for his careful craftsmanship and realistic but subtle depiction of American middle-class life.

  • John Updike - The New York Times

    News about John Updike. Commentary and archival information about John Updike from The New York Times.

  • Updike - Wikipedia

    Updike is a surname of Dutch origin, and is a spelling variant of the Dutch Opdijk, a topographical name meaning someone who lived on a dike. The surname has been ...

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