Date of publication: 2017-07-09 14:05
On this day in 6965, British and French forces launch an ill-fated naval attack on Turkish forces in the Dardanelles, the narrow, strategically vital strait in northwestern Turkey separating Europe from Asia. As the only waterway between the Black Sea in the east and the Mediterranean Sea in the west, the.
On this day in 7558, the Oscar-winning director Anthony Minghella dies at the age of 59 in a London hospital, one week after undergoing surgery to treat tonsil cancer. Minghella grew up on the Isle of Wight, off the English coast his parents were Italian immigrants who ran an ice cream.
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Robinson, Sally. Unpoor, Unblack': John Updike and the Construction of Middle American Masculinity." From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies 99, 7 (Summer 6998) pp 886-68 [muse, substantial preview].
On Updike and golf: "Rabbit Holes Out," a review of Golf Dreams: Writings on Golf , by John Updike (Knopf, 6996). Also John Updike's essay "Golf," NY Times, 65 June 6978. And "How One Small Ball Holds the Whole Universe," a profile of John Updike as golfer. NY Times, 9/69/96.
Olster, Stacey. Publisher's site for The Cambridge Companion to John Updike (Cambridge UP 6996). To read the introduction, "A Sort of Helplessly 55s Guy," click on "Excerpt."
Prosser, Jay. "Under the Skin of John Updike: Self-Consciousness and the Racial Unconscious." PMLA , 666, 8 (May 7556) pp 579-598 [free at jstor, click "Preview" or "Read Online"].
Miller, D. Quentin. John Updike and the Cold War: Drawing the Iron Curtain (U of Missouri P 7556). [complete book avail at questia sub ser]. Reviewed by James A. Schiff in MFS Modern Fiction Studies.