John Updike

Giving Credit When Credit Is Due
Our thoughts on John Updike's poems
Poems by John Updike
Exploring John Updike
Critics Viewpoint On John Updike
Giving Credit When Credit Is Due
Comparison of John's poem and TOOL's song.
John Updike and Modern Culture
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The Carpentered Hen and Other Tame Creatures (also see below), Harper (New York, NY), 1958, published as Hoping for a Hoopoe, Gollancz (London, England), 1959.

Telephone Poles and Other Poems (also see below), Knopf (New York, NY), 1963.

Verse: The Carpentered Hen and Other Tame Creatures/Telephone Poles and Other Poems, Fawcett (New York, NY), 1965.

The Angels (poem; limited edition), King and Queen Press (Pensacola, FL), 1968.

Bath after Sailing (poem; limited edition), Pendulum Press (Monroe, CT), 1968.

Bloom, Harold, “Modern Critical Views John Updike” Chelsea House: United States: 1987

Midpoint and Other Poems, Knopf (New York, NY), 1969.

Seventy Poems, Penguin (New York, NY), 1972.

Six Poems (limited edition), Oliphant Press, 1973.

Cunts (poem; limited edition), Frank Hallman, 1974.

Tossing and Turning, Knopf (New York, NY), 1977.

Reynolds, Wayne R. “Achievements” 1996-2008

November, 2008