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John Updike: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials.  

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John Updike: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials.
De Bellis, Jack and Michael Broomfield
New Castle, Delaware
Oak Knoll Press

First edition. Foreword by John Updike. Quarter brown leather gilt and linen cloth-covered boards, with a matching linen cloth slipcase, with compact disc at the rear containing two electronic supplemental volumes.

One of 125 numbered copies Signed by John Updike. An immense, profusely detailed bibliography of primary and secondary works by John Updike, with a section of photographs of all his principal volumes, broadsides, etc. A superb bibliographical achievement, a gorgeous fine binding production, and a much-needed resource documenting one of the greatest and most prolific writers of our time.

Donated by Between the Covers Rare Books / Royal Books, Gloucester City, NJ.

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