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

Jit Pal Aggarwal


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.


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

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