John Updike

John Updike, left,  was a rising star when his novel "The Centaur" won the National Book Award for distinguished fiction in 1963. With him, from left, are John Keats biographer Aileen Ward, poet John Crowe Ransom and  Mary Stahlman Douglas, the book page editor of the Nashville Banner.
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John Updike, left, was a rising star when his novel "The Centaur" won the National Book Award for distinguished fiction in 1963. With him, from left, are John Keats biographer Aileen Ward, poet John Crowe Ransom and Mary Stahlman Douglas, the book page editor of the Nashville Banner.

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