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In this typed letter from Linda Grace Hoyer to her son, John Updike, Linda updates John about her progress working on the Dear Juan novel and contemplates it as a means of escape. Linda urges John not to worry about his scholarship, encouraging him to continue with cartooning.
Dear Juan, Juan Ponce de Leon, Mr. Langmuir, Harvard University, Ed French, Lancaster, Dorothy Dix, Bishop Austin Pardue, America's Town Meeting of the Air, Toledo, Spain, Ferdinand II of Aragon, Isabella I of Castile, Cisneros, John Franklin Hoyer, Katherine Ziemer Kramer, Wesley Russell Updike, Linda Grace Hoyer, John Updike, money, scholarship, Elijah
Linda Grace Hoyer
American Literature | Social History | United States History
Hoyer, Linda Grace, "Letter from Linda Grace Hoyer to John Updike, February 7, 1951" (1951). Linda Grace Hoyer Family Correspondence. 62.
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