In John Updikes fourth and final novel about ex-basketball player Harry Rabbit Angstrom, the hero has acquired heart trouble, a Florida condo, and a second grandchild. His son, Nelson, is behaving erratically his daughter-in-law, Pru, is sending out mixed signals and his wife, Janice, decides in midlife to become a working girl. As, through the winter, spring, and summer of 1989, Reagans debt-ridden, AIDS-plagued America yields to that of George Bush, Rabbit explores the bleak terrain of late middle age, looking for reasons to live. The geographical locale is divided between Brewer, in southwestern Pennsylvania, and Deleon, in southwestern Florida.
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