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Rabbit at Rest by John Updike
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Dec 19, 2008

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bookshelves: pulitzers

Perhaps not as compelling as the first and third novels, if only because you feel at this point that you know Harry, and can anticipate his actions and reactions, think his thoughts before he expresses them. That's a tribute to Updike's development of the character, but don't assume too much - Rabbit Angstrom is still quite unpredictable, and there are still many surprises along the way.

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