Terrorism: Problem of Survival in John Updike's 'Terrorist'

Jit Pal Aggarwal

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John Updike is one of those writers who personified the World War era. He wrote for fifty years publishing one novel each year consistently. When a reader comes from the world of Rabbit novels of John Updike and enters in the world of Terrorist, he feels a unique experience. In this novel, Updike deals with a global problem of terrorism that concerns the humanity and the people of America. Updike has selected a historical event with his visionary motive to explore the causes and the solution of the cancer of terrorism threatening the peace and stability of the world.

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terrorism; violence; love; sex; religion; angst; adultory

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