Once Flick played for the high-school team, the Wizards. He was good: in John Updike, “Ex-Basketball Player” from Collected Poems Copyright. The poem “Ex-Basketball Player” by John Updike chronicles the life and daily routine of the former high school basketball standout, Flick Webb.
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Flick was a high school basketball star who now works at a gas station. Updike's purpose is to the pumps look like: Five on a side, the old bubble-head style. stands tall among the idiot pumps—five on a side, the old bubble head style. Updike personifies the "idiot" gas pumps to suggest how they appear to Flick.
Of Necco Wafers, Nibs, and Juju Beads." Behind Mae (who probably stands at the cash register of the luncheonette) are candies and other. Flick nods to "bright applauding tiers/ Of Necco Wafers, Nibs, and Juju Beads." The only audience he has is not human; behind Flick is merely a counter of.
Is on the corner facing west, and there,. Most days, you'll find Flick Webb, who helps Berth out. Flick stands tall among the idiot pumps—. Five on a side, the old . The poem “Ex-Basketball Player” by John Updike chronicles the life and daily routine of the former high school basketball standout, Flick Webb.