John Updike

John Hoyer Updike (18 mis Meurth 1932 – 27 mis Genver 2009) o romanser, prydydh, skrifer a hwedhlow berr ha barner art ha lyenn amerikanek.


In 1986, he published the unconventional novel Roger's Version, the second volume of the so-called Scarlet Letter trilogy, about an attempt to prove God's existence using a computer program. Author and critic Martin Amis called it a "near-masterpiece". The novel S. (1989), uncharacteristically featuring a female protagonist, concluded Updike's reworking of Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter.