Rabbit, Run ** SOLD **
New York: Knopf, 1961.
The first volume in Updike's most ambitious cycle of novels, each of which defined a decade of American history, seen through the life of 'Rabbit' Angstrom, a nervous kid, good at basketball and avoiding his responsibilities.
Updike is at his most impressive, in these novels, summarizing the zeitgeist of a whole generation through childhood, adolescence and on to the compromises of adulthood.
Now hardest to find, this first volume has a good jacket, with a small stain to back edge and slight wear to front top.
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