Rabbit Redux

Rabbit Redux

Book - 1971
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The assumptions and obsessions that control our daily lives are explored in tantalizing detail by master novelist John Updike in this wise, witty, sexy story. Harry Angstrom--known to all as Rabbit, one of America's most famous literary characters--finds his dreary life shattered by the infidelity of his wife. How he resolves--or further complicates--his problems makes a compelling read. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: New York, Knopf, 1971
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780394474397
Branch Call Number: FIC
Characteristics: 406 p. ; 22 cm


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nobonesclean Jan 13, 2014

The first of the Rabbit series I read. The voice of Skeeter is one-of-a-kind. Updike becae one of my favorites.

Jan 10, 2014

Updike's second novel in his Rabbit sequence is also one of his darkest, most vitriolic and most problematic book. While Rabbit functions as a kind of everyman, you wonder if an everyman character is supposed to be both so unlikable and so unsympathetic. There is a long part of the book in which he debates with a black radical and while Updike is addressing what were serious issues in the late 60s, I felt uncomfortable with him trying to give voice to black concerns, politics and culture.

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