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For two spring days in 2001, John Updike visited Cincinnati, Ohio, engaging and charming his audiences, reading from his fiction, fielding questions, sitting for an interview, participating in a panel discussion, and touring the Queen City. Successful writers typically spend a portion of their lives traveling the country to give readings and lectures.
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