Houghton exhibit sheds light on Updike’s last project

Houghton Library curator of modern books and manuscripts Leslie Morris put together a three-case exhibit for the visit by Society members during the 2nd Biennial conference, but those who missed it can still have a look. The exhibit comes down on June 30.

Here’s a Harvard Gazette article describing the exhibit and items found on Updike’s desk.

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One Response to Houghton exhibit sheds light on Updike’s last project

  1. Jack De Bellis says:

    Here’s a nice chance to study Updike at work, a manuscript page from Rabbit at Rest filled with corrections from the Master’s hand.

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