Updike is one of 10 important late 20th-century authors

John Updike continues to find recognition and relevance, recently included in ​ThoughtCo’s “10 Important Contemporary and Late-20th-Century Authors,” written by Mark Flanagan.

Decades after his time, Updike’s legacy continues to hold relevance in the 21st century after he was recognized as “​one of only three writers to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction more than once.”

Updike’s renowned ​Rabbit Angstrom novels, Of the Farm (1965) and Olinger Stories: A Selection (1964) had been “named in 2006 among the best novels of the past 25 years in a ​New York TimesBook Review survey,” Flanagan reminds us.

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