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Rabbit, run. (Revised edition.)

Twenty-six year old Harry Rabbit Angstrom is tired of marriage and the responsibilities and leaves his pregnant wife in his attempt to run away.

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  • "兔子快跑"
  • "Rabbit, Run"
  • "Rabbit, run"@pl
  • "Rabbit, run"
  • "Rabbit, run"@it
  • "Tu zi kuai pao"
  • "Rabbit run"

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  • "Twenty-six year old Harry Rabbit Angstrom is tired of marriage and the responsibilities and leaves his pregnant wife in his attempt to run away."@en
  • "Een man voelt zich niet meer opgewassen tegen het leven en besluit vrouw en werk te ontvluchten."
  • "Henry (Rabbit) Angstrom is 26, an ex-basketball star who is tired of his pregnant wife. So he runs away with a prostitute but returns home at the birth of his child. The baby's accidental death ends the marriage."@en
  • "Harry Angstrom was a star basketball player in high school and that was the best time of his life. Now in his mid-20s, his work is unfulfilling, his marriage is moribund, and he tries to find happiness with another woman."@en
  • "Harry Angstrom was a star basketball player in high school, and that was the best time of his life. Now in his mid-20s his work in unfulfilling, his marriage is moribund, snd he tries to find happiness with another woman. But happiness is more elusive than a medal, and Harry must continue to run - from his wife, his life and from himself."@en
  • "Harry Angstrom's philandering cause problems for his wife. When their new baby dies, Harry needs must confront his desire for freedom from marital constraints."
  • "Russian translation of: Rabbit, run."
  • "John Updike's Rabbit, Run is a classic story of dissatisfaction and restlessness. Harry 'Rabbit' Angstrom was a star basketball player in high school. Now twenty-six, his life seems full of traps, the biggest being his pregnant wife and two-year-old son."
  • ""Contemporary in setting and tone, and brilliant in its evocation of everyday life in America, the novel is about Harry Angstrom ('Rabbit'), a salesman who, on an impulse, leaves home, his alcoholic wife, Janice, and his child, Nelson, to find freedom. After several escapades and a liaison with an ex-prostitute, he returns to his wife and child and attempts to settle down again. In this novel, Updike conveys the longings and frustrations of family life. Rabbit's malaise is not so much a yearning for freedom as, perhaps, a yearning for guiding spiritual values and meaning. At the end, still dissatisfied and guilt-ridden because of the responsibility he feels for the death of his second child, he begins running again." Reader's Ency. 3d edition."@en
  • ""Contemporary in setting and tone, and brilliant in its evocation of everyday life in America, the novel is about Harry Angstrom ('Rabbit'), a salesman who, on an impulse, leaves home, his alcoholic wife, Janice, and his child, Nelson, to find freedom. After several escapades and a liaison with an ex-prostitute, he returns to his wife and child and attempts to settle down again. In this novel, Updike conveys the longings and frustrations of family life. Rabbit's malaise is not so much a yearning for freedom as, perhaps, a yearning for guiding spiritual values and meaning. At the end, still dissatisfied and guilt-ridden because of the responsibility he feels for the death of his second child, he begins running again." Reader's Ency. 3d edition."
  • "An allegory of freedom versus responsibility, in which twenty-six year old Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom is tired of marriage and the responsibilities that life entails and leaves his pregnant wife."@en
  • "Tired of the responsibility of married life, Rabbit Angstrom leaves his wife and home."@en
  • "Een welgestelde Amerikaan die zich heeft teruggetrokken in Florida, ontdekt dat hij zijn automobielbedrijf niet aan zijn zoon kan overlaten."
  • "Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom was a star basketball player in high school and that was the best time of his life. Now he is in his mid-20s and is a salesman in a local department store, father of a preschool-age son, and husband to an alcoholic wife who was his second-best high school sweetheart. The squalor and tragedy of their lives reminds us that salvation is a personal undertaking."@en
  • "A bleak look at married life in central Pennsylvania, and a young man's futile attempt to flee his own unhappiness."@en
  • "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."@en
  • "Edition originale, 1960. Premier roman de celui qui est devenu un des "maîtres du nouvel âge du roman américain". Un héros en fuite aux prises avec des problèmes de conscience. L'image d'une certaine génération moderne: inquiète et agitée."
  • "Harry Angstrom was a star basketball player in high school and that was the best time of his life. Now in his mid-20s, his work is suffering, his marriage is moribund, and he tries to find happiness with another woman. But happiness is more elusive than a medal, and Harry must continue to run--from his wife, his life, and from himself, until he reaches the end of the road and has to turn back."
  • "Twenty-two-year-old Rabbit Angstrom is a salesman in a local department store, father of a preschool-age son, and husband to an alcoholic wife who was his second-best high school sweetheart. The squalor and tragedy of their lives reminds us that salvation is a personal undertaking."@en
  • "Twenty-two-year-old Rabbit Angstrom is a salesman in a local department store, father of a preschool-age son, and husband to an alcoholic wife who was his second-best high school sweetheart. The squalor and tragedy of their lives reminds us that salvation is a personal undertaking."

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  • "Tekstuitgave"
  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Americké romány"
  • "Mandeskildringer"@da
  • "Roman américain"
  • "Translations"
  • "Pennsylvania"
  • "Amerikaans"
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "American fiction"
  • "Samfundsskildringer fra nutiden"@da
  • "Romans"
  • "Posters"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"@pl
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Popular literature"

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  • "Tavsan, Kac"
  • "Tu zi, kuai pao"
  • "Hazehart : roman"
  • "Beži zeko beži"
  • "Corri, coniglio : romanzo"@it
  • "Corri, coniglio : romanzo"
  • "兔子,快跑"
  • "Uciekaj, Króliku"
  • "Tu zi, pao ba = Rabbit, run"
  • "Rabbit, run : [a novel]"
  • "Coeur de lièvre : roman"
  • "兔子,跑吧"
  • "Tallyŏra t'okki, K'ollŏmbusŭ yŏ annyŏng / Rbbit Run, Goodbye Columbus / John Updike, Philip Roth"
  • "Rabbit, run. [Printed from new plates]"
  • "Corre, conejo!"
  • "Hazehart"
  • "Hasenherz : roman"
  • "兔子, 跑吧"
  • "Coeur de lièvre : Roman"
  • "Rabbit, run. (Revised edition.)"
  • "Rabbit, run. (Revised edition.)"@en
  • "Coeur de lievre : roman.Trad. de l'americain par J. Rosenthal"
  • "Rabbit, run : [film poster]"
  • "달려라, 토끼"
  • "Coeur de lièvre. Roman : traduit de l'américain par J. Rosenthal"
  • "Hare, hopp!"
  • "Krolik, begi : roman"
  • "Coeur de lièvre roman"
  • "Hare Hop : (Omsl.: Mogens Poulsen)"@da
  • "Rabbit, run"
  • "Rabbit, run"@en
  • "Rabbit Run"
  • "Hasenherz : Roman"
  • "Uciekaj Króliku"
  • "Uciekaj, króliku"
  • "Uciekaj, króliku"@pl
  • "Jookse, Jänku"
  • "Coeur de lièvre : ["Rabbit, run"], roman traduit de l'américain par J. [Jean] Rosenthal"
  • "Nyúlcipő"
  • "Coelho corre"
  • "Beži, zeko, beži"@sr
  • "Rabbit, Run"
  • "Rabbit, Run"@en
  • "Tu zi, pao ba"
  • "Krolik, begi : [romany, povestʹ]"
  • "Beži, zeko, beži!"
  • "Rabbit run"
  • "Rabbit run"@en
  • "Corre, Conejo"@es
  • "Corre, Conejo"
  • "Rabbit, run : a novel"
  • "Farār Kun, Khargūsh"
  • "Hare hop / Overs. fra amerikansk efter "Rabbit, run.""@da
  • "Tallyŏra t'okki"
  • "Tu zi,kuai pao"
  • "فرار کن خرگوش"
  • "Juokse, Jänis : romaani"
  • "Juokse, Jänis : romaani"@fi
  • "Tallyŏra, t'okki"
  • "Haren springer : roman"
  • "Haren springer : roman"@sv
  • "Coeur de lievre : roman"
  • "Кролик, беги : роман"
  • "달려라토끼"
  • "兔子跑吧 = Rabbit, run"
  • "달려라, 토끼 : 존 업다이크 장편 소설 = Rabbit, run"
  • "Tu zi pao ba"
  • "Hasenherz"
  • "Corri, Coniglio : romanzo"
  • "Hazehart = Rabbit, run"
  • "兔子跑吧"
  • "Hare hop : (Overs. fra amerikansk efter "Rabbit, run")"@da
  • "Tu zi pao ba = Rabbit, run"
  • "Tavşan kaç"@tr
  • "Juokse, jänis : romaani"@fi
  • "Juokse, jänis : romaani"
  • "Králíku, utíkej!"
  • "Nyúlcipö : regény"
  • "Rabbit, run. [1st ed.]"@en
  • "Tallyŏra, t'okki : Chon Ŏptaik'ŭ changp'yŏn sosŏl = Rabbit, run"
  • "兔子, 快跑"
  • "Králíku utíkej!"
  • "Corri, coniglio"
  • "Corri, coniglio"@it
  • "Corre, conejo"@ca
  • "Corre, conejo"
  • "Corre, conejo"@es
  • "달려라토끼, 콜럼부스여안녕 / Rbbit Run, Goodbye Columbus / John Updike, Philip Roth"
  • "Rabbit rust"
  • "Farār kun khargūsh"
  • "Hasenherz Roman"
  • "Nyúlcipő : regény"@hu
  • "Haren springer"
  • "Haren springer"@sv
  • "Nyúlcipő : regény"
  • "Rabbit ơi, cha̤y đi"
  • "Hare hop"
  • "Hare hop"@da
  • "Krolik, begi"
  • "Tavşan, kaç!"

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