Updike interview, Part 2

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Description: Studio interview with John Updike about Eastern European writers. He recommends Yugoslav writer Danilo Kis, although it might be hard to find in bookstores. He also talks about a Polish writers including Bruno Schulz. He compares Polish poets and prose writer. He talks about the work of Milan Kundera. He describes Eastern Europeans writers' situation and their often surreal styles sometimes resulting in "magical realism."