Pritchard Publishes Study Of Updike

September 8, 2000 Contact: Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417 AMHERST, Mass.—William H. Pritchard, Henry Clay Folger Professor of English at Amherst College, has just published Updike: America’s Man of Letters ($27, 332 pp., Steerforth Press, South Royalton, Vermont), the first comprehensive critical look at the work, career and literary reputation of one of America’s most influential men of letters.

Reviewing the Reviewer

Impersonating a Farmer

1972 Farm Journal, by Oakes Plimpton ’54 (iUniverse)

Reviewed by William H. Pritchard ’53

My Chapel

By William H. Pritchard ’53

Pritchard's Game

On Poets & Poetry, by William H. Pritchard ’53, Henry Clay Folger Professor of English (Swallow Press)

Review by Christopher R. Miller ’90

The Thing Itself: On the Search for Authenticity

By Richard Todd ’62. New York City: Riverhead Press, 2008. 253 pp. $24.95 hardcover.

James Merrill: Knowing Innocence

By Reena Sastri ’94. New York and London: Routledge, 2007. 244 pp. $110 hardcover.

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