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De Bellis, John, John Updike: Critical Responses to the “Rabbit” Saga, Praeger Publishers, 2005.

The collected twenty-seven essays, including some by Updike, explore Updike's writing and explain the Rabbit series.

Goswami, Amit, The Self-Aware Universe, Tarcher, 1995.

The physicist Amit Goswami of the University of Oregon has brought together spirituality and quantum physics in a language that lay people can easily understand. Like Ben Turnbull in Updike's novel, Goswami searches for a way to understand the universe and the meaning of life through science and religion.

Pritchard, William H., Updike: America's Man of Letters, University of Massachusetts Press, 2005.

Pritchard examines all of Updike's novels as well as his memoirs in an attempt to provide a clear picture of the author's work.

Updike, John, and James Plath, Conversations with John Updike, University Press of Mississippi, 1994.

These thirty interviews on Updike's work give the reader an intimate view of...

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