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Justin Steiner

I wanted to thank you for writing about the Updike collection. I first discovered Updike's work in the early 90s - a writing professor recommended "A Sense of Shelter" from Pigeon Feathers for a story I was working on. I then devoured a number of his early books and picked up the new ones; that stopped around Brazil for some reason. Anyway, I had planned on picking up the new collection when it hit paperback, which I see is happening in September. Thanks for whetting the appetite.


please tell me where I can find an analysis of the ss "should wizard hit MOmmy?


Is there an available analysis of `should wizard
hit mommy?´


I would also like to ask for an analysis of Should Wizard Hit Mommy?. Thanks.


I think that in the story 'Should Wizard Hit Mommy' Jack didn't like women when they took anything for granted, he likes them apprehensive, hanging on his words.
Could you tell me where i can find an analysis of 'Sould Wizard Hit Mommy'? please. thanks.


please tell me wher I can find an analusis of "wife wooing".......thanks

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