Rabbit at Rest

John Updike, Author
John Updike, Author Fawcett Books $5.99 (427p) ISBN 978-0-449-21962-1
Reviewed on: 07/29/1991
Release date: 08/01/1991
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Harry ``Rabbit'' Angstrom, morbidly depressed, overweight and living with wife Janice in a Florida retirement community, recovers from a heart attack and is led astray by his libido one last time. ``Updike is razor-sharp and mordantly funny,'' said PW. ``If this novel is in some respects an elegy to Rabbit's bewildered existence, it is also a poignant, humorous, instructive guidebook to the aborted American dream.'' The book took a Pulitzer Prize. (Oct.)
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