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by John Updike
Barth continued to express admiration and respect toward Updike. Updike returned the praise, though more often with soft mentions that he hadn’t quite finished Barth’s most recent books.
Julian Barnes’s sparkling new collection of essays is a veritable treasure house of letters on novels and their authors.
No one I have read has managed to make the anticipation of a cocaine injection sound as cosy but also as infinitely depressing.