John Updike: Separating (3295 words)


The Library of America’s publication in 2013 of Updike: The Collected Early Stories (#242)and Updike: The Collected Later Stories (#243) joined earlier editions including the stories of Henry James (Complete Stories, #82, #83), Edith Wharton (Collected Stories, #121, #122), Isaac Bashevis Singer (Collected Stories, #149, #150, #151), Raymond Carver (Collected Stories, #195) and Sherwood Anderson (Collected Stories, #235) among those authors to have their short fiction in a separate volume from their other work in the Library of America series. Edgar Allan Poe’s stories appeared as Poetry and Tales (#19), F. Scott Fitzgerald’s as Novels and Stories (#117),e…

Citation: Lewis, Leon. "Separating". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 09 June 2014 [, accessed 07 August 2022.]

35252 Separating 3 Historical context notes are intended to give basic and preliminary information on a topic. In some cases they will be expanded into longer entries as the Literary Encyclopedia evolves.

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