<strong>John Updike</strong> was most openly himself as a poet. Thus his focus on the erotic and on bodily functions: &ldquo;Fellatio,&rdquo; "Mouse Sex," &ldquo;The Beautiful Bowel Movement&rdquo;

John Updike was most openly himself as a poet. Thus his focus on the erotic and on bodily functions: &amp;ldquo;Fellatio,&amp;rdquo; &quot;Mouse Sex,&quot; &amp;ldquo;The Beautiful Bowel
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John Updike was most openly himself as a poet. Thus his focus on the erotic and on bodily functions: “Fellatio,” "Mouse Sex," “The Beautiful Bowel Movement”

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