|John Updike. point of view. Yet she had little trouble persuading him to march |
with her in Boston. He promised, though he could not quite grasp the object of the
march. All mass movements, of masses or of ideas supposedly embodied in ...
|"The fiftieth anniversary edition of John Updike's collection of semi-autobiographical stories about a small Pennsylania town, first published in paperback in 1964 and now in hardcover for the first time"--|
|In these twenty short stories, each evidence of his early mastery, John Updike brings us a world—a world of fumbling, pausing, and beginning again; a world sensitively felt and lovingly expressed; a world whose pianissimo harmonies demand ...|