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In this typed letter from Linda Grace Hoyer to her son, John Updike, Linda discusses her views on books John has been using in his studies. She continues to ponder her own, and her husband Wesley's, fascination with Ernest Hemingway's latest novel.
Peter Abelard, Joseph McCabe, Ernest Hemingway, Across the River and Into the Trees, Thomas H. Uzzell, Aristotle, Venice, Don McNeill, dogs, Mary Updike, Jean Updike, Wesley Russell Updike, Katherine Ziemer Kramer, John Franklin Hoyer, Linda Grace Hoyer, John Updike, Boston, United Evangelical Lutheran church
Linda Grace Hoyer
American Literature | Social History | United States History
Hoyer, Linda Grace, "Letter from Linda Grace Hoyer to John Updike, January 19, 1951" (1951). Linda Grace Hoyer Family Correspondence. 53.
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