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Assorted Prose

(1965)
A collection of stories by

 
 
ASSORTED PROSE includes Updike's early essays of humor and parody, some reportage for The New Yorker's "Talk of the Town," his description of Ted Williams' last appearance in Fenway Park, several semi- autobiographical first person accounts, and numerous book reviews. These all give us a well-rounded observation of the author.

Titles include: "Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu," "On the Sidewalk, Mr. Ex-Resident," "Drinking from a Cup Made Cinchy," "The Dogwood Tree: A Boyhood," "The Lucid Eye in Silver Town," "My Uncle's Death," "Beerbohn and Others," "Faith in Search of Understanding," and "More Love in the Western World."

Genre: General Fiction

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