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Rabbit at Rest  : Penguin Modern Classics - John Updike

Rabbit at Rest

By: John Updike, Justin Cartwright (Afterword by)

Paperback | 1 July 2006 | Edition Number 1

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It's 1989, and Harry Rabbit Angstrom is far from restful. Fifty-six and overweight, he has a struggling business on his hands and a heart that is starting to fail. His family, too, is giving him cause for concern. His son, Nelson, is a wreck of a man, a cocaine addict with shattered self-respect. Janice, his wife, has decided that she wants to be a working girl. And as for Pru, his daughter-in-law, she seems to be sending out signals to Rabbit that he knows he should ignore, but somehow can't. He has to make the most of life. After all, he doesn't have much time left.

About the Author

John (Hoyer) Updike (1932-) American novelist, short story writer and poet, internationally known for his novels Rabbit, Run (1960), Rabbit Redux (1971), Rabbit Is Rich (1981), And Rabbit At Rest (1990). His latest novel is Villages (Penguin, 2005) Justin Cartwright was born in South Africa, educated there, in Michigan and Oxford University. He lives in London and has won a number of prizes for his 8 novels, including the Whitbread, Hawthornden and the Sunday Times (SA) Award. He has been shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

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