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John Updike
   wrote   
Rabbit, Run
John Updike
   wrote   
The Witches of Eastwick
John Updike
   wrote   
Brazil
John Updike
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Witches of Eastwick (1987)
Based on the 1984 book. The movie was turned into an award-winning comedy musical by Cameron Macintosh.
John Updike
   wrote   
Rabbit is Rich
Pulitizer Prize and National Book Award, 1982
John Updike
   wrote   
Rabbit at Rest
1990; winner, Pulitizer Prize, 1991
John Updike
   wrote   
Seek My Face
2002
John Updike
   wrote   
Villages
2004
John Updike
   wrote   
The Centaur
National Book Award, 1964
Rabbit At Rest
   was written by   
John Updike
1991
Rabbit Is Rich
   was written by   
John Updike
1982. The latest novel in a memorable sequence
John Updike
   was in the episode   
Insane Clown Poppy
As himself
John Updike
   wrote   
Dog's Death
"She must have been kicked unseen or brushed by a car"
John Updike
   wrote   
Perfection Wasted
"And another regrettable thing about death is the ceasing of your own brand of magic"
John Updike
   wrote   
Terrorist
John Updike
   wrote   
Rabbit Redux
John Updike
   said   
"A Healthy Male Adult Bore Consumes Each Year One and a Half Times His Own Weight in Other People’s Patience"
American novelist, poet, short story and literary critic
John Updike
   wrote   
Personal Archeology
2000
John Updike
   wrote   
The Women Who Got Away
John Updike
   wrote   
New York Girl
John Updike
   wrote   
My Father On the Verge of Disgrace
John Updike
   wrote   
Licks of Love in the Heart of the Cold War
John Updike
   wrote   
Scenes From the Fifties
John Updike
   was an   
Author
Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist. Best known for his four 'Rabbit' novels, Updike was a prolific man of letters and erudite chronicler of sex, divorce and other adventures in the postwar prime of the American empire; writing novels, short stories, poems, criticism, the memoir ''Self-Consciousness'' and even a famous essay about baseball great Ted Williams. b. 18 March 1932 (Reading, Pennsylvania, USA) d. 27 January 2009 (Danvers, Massachusetts, USA)
John Updike
   created the character   
Harry Angstrom
Rabbit Run and other Rabbit novels
John Updike
   created the character   
Henry Bech
Appears in several stories and novels
John Updike
   created the character   
Ahmad Ashmawy Mulloy
Terrorist
John Updike
   created the character   
Jack Levy
Terrorist
John Updike
   created the character   
Owen Mackenzie
Villages
John Updike
   created the character   
John Hook
The Poorhouse Fair, 1959
John Updike
   created the character   
Billy Gregg
The Poorhouse Fair
Diamond County Home for the Aged
   was created by   
John Updike
Home in which is set "The Poorhouse Fair", 1959
Brewer
   was created by   
John Updike
Pennsylvania town in "Rabbit Run", 1960; "Rabbit Redux", 1971; "Rabbit is Rich", 1981; "Rabbit at Rest", 1990
Mount Judge
   was created by   
John Updike
Suburb of Brewer in the "Rabbit" novels
Springer Motors
   was created by   
John Updike
Automobile dealership in the "Rabbit" novels
Deleon
   was created by   
John Updike
Florida town which is the setting for "Rabbit at Rest"
John Updike
   wrote   
A Sandstone Farmhouse
1991; The New Yorker
John Updike
   wrote   
The Bulgarian Poetess
1966; The New Yorker






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