John Updike is dead at 76. The man had quite a career--one wag wondered aloud whether he had any "unpublished thoughts".
I have read a great many books but am not well-read. Of Updike's entire corpus I have read two Rabbit books and a few New Yorker essays. Rabbit Angstrom was a great guy, and Updike always seemed to want to write for guys (with the exception presumably of "The Witches of Eastwick").
Any favorite Updike works from our there in cyberland?