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January 27, 2009


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I was never a huge fan of Updike's fiction but almost always liked his essays and criticism. I'm especially fond of his critical essay on Jackson Pollock on the occasion of a big show at the MOMA several years ago, in the NYRB. It's subscriber-only but can be found here:


John Updike possessed a truly beautiful mind; he didn't just write well, he wrote wisely

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