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  • John Updike
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  • 26 March 2017
  • 9643117537

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  1. God, do I hate Rabbit Angstrom How much do I hate him If I was in a room with Hannibal Lector, the Judge from Blood Meridian, the Joker from Batman, and Rabbit Angstrom, and someone handed me a gun with only 3 bullets, I d shoot Rabbit three times This is the first book by Updike I ve read, and his reputation as a writer was well earned I d had a vague idea that this story was about a former hot shot basketball player struggling to adjust to a regular life I was completely unprepared for th God, do I hate Rabbit Angstrom How much do I hate him If I was in a room with Hannibal Lector, the Judge from Blood Meridian, the Joker from Batman, and Rabbit Angstrom, and someone handed me a gun with only 3 bullets, I d shoot Rabbit three times This is the first book by Updike I ve read, and his reputation as a writer was well earned I d had a vague idea that this story was about a former hot shot basketball player struggling to adjust to a regular life I was completely unprepared for this spoiled, impulsive, selfish guy who really only cares about himself and his whims and manages to completely destroy almost everyone around him and still refuses to accept any responsibility for it.It s obvious that Rabbit isn t m...

  2. I m sorry I think I might have to pause before the start of this review and scream discretely into a pillow AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Phew, that s better, very cathartic This is yet another book from the 1001 books list which has made me question whether or not the people who write the list actually like people who read books or if they are really secretly intent on torturing us all for their own amusement The review w I m sorry I think I might have to pause before the start of this review and scream discretely into a pillow AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Phew, that s better, very cathartic This is yet another book from the 1001 books list which has made me question whether or not the people who write the list actually like people who read books or if they are really secretly intent on torturing us all for their own amusement The review will now proceed in the style of Harry Rabbit AngstromHello everyone, I m Harry Angstrom, but you can call me Rabbit The name is totally applicabl...

  3. This is the best book I ve read this year Period Maybe last year, too Maybe I don t know But this book is amazing I just looked up synonyms for amazing , and all of them are adjectives you can use to describe this book Man, John Updike just has this way of making the most mundane, ordinary stuff extraordinary He takes pages and pages to set a scene or describe the inner thoughts of one of his main characters, and all of it is awesome I mean there were paragraphs that went on for pages This is the best book I ve read this year Period Maybe last year, too Maybe I don t know But this book is amazing I just looked up synonyms for amazing , and all of them are adjectives you can use to describe this book Man, John Updike just has this way of making the most mundane, ordinary stuff extraordinary He takes pages and pages to set a scene or describe the inner thoughts of one of his main characters, and all of it is awesome I mean there were paragraphs that went on for pages to depict every single aspect of a scene, and I ate it all up like a beautifully crafted Caesar salad before the filet and baked potato arrived That steakhouse analogy seems appropriate because this is like the Ruth s Chris of literature There is so muchI want to do with this illustration,...

  4. bellow s writing blows my mind but rarely touches my heart a handful of mailer s essays and novels are essential, but it s his guts and brain and balls and heart and the ferocity with which he lived life that s the real inspiration roth well, i ve made my views on roth very well known in bookface world and the few updike short stories i ve read only convinced me that his elegant writerly style really bugs the shit out of me all of em bellow, mailer, roth, updike found themselves as bellow s writing blows my mind but rarely touches my heart a handful of mailer s essays and novels are essential, but it s his guts and brain and balls ...

  5. This was the first and shortest of the Rabbit books from Updike I think that the last two are better because Updike had 30 40years of maturity and writing under his belt but this book grabs you and doesn t let you go and makes you beg the the next one The original concept behind the series is that Updike describes the life of Harry Rabbit Angstrom in 1959 in Rabbit Run, 1969 in Rabbit Redux, 1979 in Rabbit is Rich, and 1989 in Rabbit at Rest There is even an epilogue Rabbit Remembered This was the first and shortest of the Rabbit books from Updike I think that the last two are better because Updike had 30 40years of maturity and writing under his belt but this book grabs you and doesn t let you go and makes you beg the the next one The original concept behind the series is that Updike describes the life of Harry Rabbit Angstrom in 1959 in Rabbit Run, 1969 in Rabbit Redux, 1979 in Rabbit is Rich, and 1989 in Rabbit at Rest There is even an epilogue Rabbit Remembered in the short story collection Licks of Love Back to Rabbit Run, Harry Angstrom is a tall man of his times About 23 years old and married to an alcoholic woman The outlook is rather grim no spoilers , but it is so well written and realistic that the characters really leap from the pages and you want to root for Rabbit even when he is acting like a prick which he does a...

  6. Get over it Pull up your socks and get on with it Sheez.Book Circle Reads 96Rating 2.5 of fiveThe Book Description Penguin s bumf Rabbit, Run is the book that established John Updike as one of the major American novelists of his or any other generation Its hero is Harry Rabbit Angstrom, a onetime high school basketball star who on an impulse deserts his wife and son He is twenty six years old, a man child caught in a struggle between instinct and thought, self and society, sexual g Get over it Pull up your socks and get on with it Sheez.Book Circle Reads 96Rating 2.5 of fiveThe Book Description Penguin s bumf Rabbit, Run is the book that established John Updike as one of the major American novelists of his or any other generation Its hero is Harry Rabbit Angstrom, a onetime high school basketball star who on an impulse deserts his wife and son He is twenty six years old, a man child caught in a struggle between instinct and thought, self and society, sexual gratification and family duty even, in a sense, human hard heartedness and divine Grace Though his flight from home traces a zigzag of evasion, he holds to the faith that he is on the right path, an invisible line toward his own salvation as straight as a ruler s edge.Ballantine s is a little better To millions of Americans, Rabbit Angstrom is like a member ...

  7. You know what would be nice, is if there was a wikipedia for life, and every time you met someone, you could just give it a glance and see if, you know, you really want to be associated with that person Sure, it would backfire, it would reveal your prejudices and narrow mindedness, your circle of friends might become a lot less varied and interesting On the other hand, you d never have to fake a conversation about football again, and you could easily avoid the total assholes like Rabbit Angstr You know what would be nice, is if there was a wikipedia for life, and every time you met someone, you could just give it a glance and see if, you know, you really want to be associated with that person Sure, it would backfire, it would reveal your prejudices and narrow mindedness, your circle of friends might become a lot less varied and interesting On the other hand, you d never have to fake a conversation about football again, and you could easily avoid the total assholes like Rabbit Angstrom.I didn t finish this book I read 30 or 40 pages and I can t even remember the writing be...

  8. Have you ever seen something noted because it is a representation of a specific thing For example, a building might be marked with a plaque as a perfect representation of a type of architecture Well, this book should be marked with a plaque as a perfect prose example of America in the late 50s early 60s The thoughts, ideas, acceptable social standards, treatment of women, etc are so vivid and strongly represented, but soooooo dated The book is very interesting, but mainly held my attention t Have you ever seen something noted because it is a representation of a specific thing For example, a building might be marked with a plaque as a perfect representation of a type of architecture Well, this book should be marked with a plaque as a perfect prose example of America in the late 50s early 60s The thoughts, ideas, acceptable social standards, treatment of women, etc are so vivid and strongly represented, but soooooo dated The book is very interesting, but mainly held my attention the way a trainwreck would I spent most of the book exclaiming NO, Rabbit, NO , Why would you do that, Rabbit , How can anyone put up with you, Rabbit , Do you really feel like none of this is your fault, Rabbit , etc Needless to say, Rabbit is a guy that needs some ...

  9. I ve read three or four Updike novels and I can t recall a damn thing about any of them Never a good sign I was fifty pages in before I realised I d already read this one That in itself to spend money on a book I d already read was irritating Updike s novels seem like misplaced objects in my life He s one of those writers I feel I ve underappreciated and yet every time I give him another go I m left underwhelmed This isn t a bad novel by any means But I was relieved to finish it becau I ve read three or four Updike novels and I can t recall a damn thing about any of them Never a good sign I was fifty pages in before I realised I d already read this one That in itself to spend money on a book I d already read was irritating Updike s novels seem like misplaced objects in my life He s one of those writers I feel I ve underappreciated and yet every time I give him another go I m left underwhelmed This isn t a bad novel by any means But I was relieved to finish it because it s not what I would call an enjoyable novel It s rather humourless and lacking in vitality for a novel written by such a young man In terms of its scope it often felt like a short story or a novella that had been fattened up for consumption Updike is writing about the blindfolding tyranny of male vanity but I often felt he himself was guilty of it in the register of this novel s voice I couldn t help thinking of our English young literary prot g Martin Amis Like Updike s Am...

  10. I m kinda speechless My mind is spinning from being held hostage by John Updike for the last two hours of reading this book, which is equal parts disturbing, relatable, repellant, tragic AND one of the most amazingly written books I ve read.Harry Angstrom Rabbit is 23 He was a one time great basketball player in high school Now, our tall protagonist is waking up to his real nightmare he s married to an alcoholic with whom he has little in common besides their two year old son and the baby I m kinda speechless My mind is spinning from being held hostage by John Updike for the last two hours of reading this book, which is equal parts disturbing, relatable, repellant, tragic AND one of the most amazingly written books I ve read.Harry Angstrom Rabbit is 23 He was a one time great basketball player in high school Now, our tall protagonist is waking up to his real nightmare he s married to an alcoholic with whom he has little in common besides their ...