Study Sheet One Rabbit is Rich

Study Sheet One Rabbit is Rich - Study Sheet One Rabbit is...

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Study Sheet One – Rabbit is Rich 1. Rabbit is Rich is part of a novelistic tetralogy—there are four novels altogether in author John Updike’s Rabbit series. Rabbit is Rich is the third in the series, preceded by Rabbit, Run and Rabbit Redux , and followed by Rabbit at Rest , along with a coda that continues with some of the same characters after Rabbit’s death entitled “Licks of Love.” Familiarize yourself with both Updike and the Rabbit series by going to the following website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Updike 2. There are a number of similarities between this novel and American Pastoral , including: both novels take periods and moments of American history as an essential part of the stories they have to tell; both novels are about families and family relationships, especially the relationship between a father and his one child; both novels are about generation gaps of sorts, exploring as they do the values of two different generations regarding work, patriotism, sexuality, religion,
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