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John Updike's Rabbit Tetralogy: Mastered Irony in Motion

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Early in his career, John Updike announced his affinity with the Christian existentialism of Soren Kierkegaard, Paul Tillich, Karl Barth, and others. Because of this, many of Updike's critics have interpreted his work from within a Christian existentialist context. Yet Kierkegaard and Barth provide Updike with much more than a mere context, for their dialectical thinking s ...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published February 19th 2001 by University of Missouri (first published February 2001)
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Amy Wolf
One of the finest chronicles of American life from the 60's -- 90's. Stylistically, Updike has been compared to Mozart. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
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Excellent account of American life from 1950-1990s. And brilliant description of Reading, PA, hidden as Brewer.
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