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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. After the second world war, our society moved past just living to exist and actually had a chance …more The best I can ocrre is it’s a product of its time.
This book explores a family’s unhappiness, and how they deal with it. Ask and answer questions about books!
Dan Marsh The best I can figure is it’s a product of its time. To ask other readers questions about Corre, Conejoplease sign up. Move along to something else on your TBR and feel no regrets. He’s just a despicable man through and through.
Corre, Conejo — Reader Q&A
It’s terrible, and I regret wasting time on it. Steve That doesn’t really look like a question but Corge will try to answer it. Dickens or doesn’t age at all.
If you read any vintage novel be it HemingwaySteinbeckor Bellow you will …more That doesn’t really look like a question but I will try to answer it.
When it comes to unlikable characters, readers have to be able to sympathize in some way, to at least understand why they’re the way they are, and there’s simply no understanding him. Updik Featured Authors Answering Questions. I elaborated in my review, but Rabbit is an unlikable character that cannot be …more I’m with Shaun. Caroline I’m with Shaun.
The best part is the way Updike uses stream of consciousness to relate what connejo characters are going through.
If you read any vintage novel be it HemingwaySteinbeckor Bellow you will be disappointed if you expect it to look like contemporary fiction.
You have missed out on nothing. I am not sure I will finish the book!
I elaborated in my review, but Rabbit is an unlikable character that cannot be sympathized with at any point. I would never recommend a John Updike book. After the second world war, our society moved past just living to exist and actually had a chance to think about our lives and whether we were happy or not.
Could someone please explain his brilliance to me with some examples, if possible? Now, there’s nothing wrong with unlikable characters–I’ve enjoyed many books containing them–but Updike failed to make Rabbit relatable in any way.
I appreciate what he coneejo doing, and can only imagine the daring it took to be so forward-thinking at that time; but IMO the book hasn’t aged well.
Although I enjoyed his prose, I don’t understand why everyone thinks it is the best thing since pizza.