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“AATITLE” (19XX)

| May 25, 2018

“TITLE” (19XX) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in five and […]

“Augustine’s Concubine” (1974)

| June 9, 2014

“Augustine’s Concubine” (1974) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in five […]

“Transaction” (1973)

| June 8, 2014

“Transaction” (1973) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in five and […]

“Ethiopia” (1973)

| June 7, 2014

“Ethiopia” (1973) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in five and […]

“Daughter, Last Glimpse Of” (1973)

| June 7, 2014

“Daughter, Last Glimpse Of” (1973) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories […]

“Twin Beds in Rome” (1963)

| June 1, 2014

“Twin Beds in Rome” (1963) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories […]

“Giving Blood” (1963)

| June 1, 2014

“Giving Blood” (1963) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in five […]

“Toward Evening” (1955)

| May 31, 2014

“Toward Evening” (1955) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in five […]

“The Kid’s Whistling” (1955)

| May 31, 2014

“The Kid’s Whistling” (1955) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in […]

“Dentistry and Doubt” (1955)

| May 31, 2014

“Dentistry and Doubt” (1955) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013), edited by Christopher Carduff. Updike wrote some 230 stories in […]

“Wife-wooing” (1960)

| May 31, 2014

Though not a Maple story in the classical sense–it’s in the first rather than the third person, Richard and Joan are not named, the man’s object of desire is, for once, his wife.

“Bech Enters Heaven” (1970)

| May 30, 2014

“Bech Enters Heaven” (1970) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each story […]

“Bech Swings?” (1970)

| May 29, 2014

“Bech Swings?” (1970) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each story summary […]

“Bech Panics” (1970)

| May 29, 2014

“Bech Panics” (1970) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each story summary […]

Maya Angelou, On the Pulse of Mourning

| May 28, 2014

Starting with ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,’ Maya Angelou’s seven-part autobiography redefined the art of memoir writing while giving voice to a form of literary jazz and blues that trace the liberation and triumphs of a black woman in a culture that, as a result, bears her mark.

“Bech Takes Pot Luck” (1968)

| May 26, 2014

“Bech Takes Pot Luck” (1968) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each […]

“Bech in Rumania” (1966)

| May 26, 2014

“Bech in Rumania” (1966)
Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each story summary […]

“The Bulgarian Poetess” (1964)

| May 26, 2014

“The Bulgarian Poetess” (1964) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to […]

Bech: “Rich in Russia” (1969)

| May 26, 2014

Bech: “Rich in Russia” (1969) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each […]

“Sons” (1973)

| May 25, 2014

“Sons” (1973) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each story […]

“Nevada” (1972)

| May 25, 2014

“Nevada” (1971) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each story […]

“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and So Forth” (1955)

| May 25, 2014

“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and So Forth” (1955) Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories […]

“A Game of Botticelli” (1954)

| May 25, 2014

“A Game of Botticelli” (1954)
Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to […]

“Friends from Philadelphia” (1954)

| May 25, 2014

“Friends from Philadelphia” (1954)
Reading John Updike’s Complete Stories

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This series is a re-reading of John Updike’s short stories in the wake of the publication of “The Collected Early Stories” and “The Collected Later Stories,” the twin-volume set by the Library of America (2013). A comprehensive table of the complete stories with links to each […]

Shapiro: In the End, It’s the Profanity of Censorship Against the Sacredness of Learning

| November 10, 2010

In a column on the Mockingbird controversy at FPC, Rabbi Merill Shapiro argues that whatever the merits of administrative issues, “the profanity of censorship,” in the end, “has no place in our community.”

Stetson Scores Freedom‘s Jonathan Franzen For Its James Turner Butler Lecture Nov. 22

| November 8, 2010

The author of Freedom and The Corrections, an almost sure winner of this year’s Pulitzer for fiction, will be at Stetson on Nov. 22 for just one hour. The event is free, but tickets are extremely limited.

Emerson: The American Scholar

| May 29, 2010

Emerson’s “American Scholar,” a graduation speech to Harvard’s Phi Beta Kappa, redefined the way Americans saw themselves–as intellectual individuals on their own terms. Take a second look in this season of commencements.

William Stafford:
Traveling Through the Dark (1962)

| May 2, 2010

“I thought hard for us all—my only swerving—,/then pushed her over the edge into the river.” William Stafford’s “Traveling Through the Dark.”

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