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Martin Schneider writes:

It's well known that the recently departed writer John Updike was a master of most fields he took up: novels, short stories, poetry, literary criticism, art criticism. Friend of Emily and Dwell editor Aaron Britt adds another to the list: architecture criticism. As he writes: "Would that he had been an architecture critic; any discipline would have been lucky to have him."

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