Updike's America is a study of the Rabbit trilogy from a culturally-oriented perspective. Ristoff demonstrates how Updike uses the polyphony of the American scene to generate moods, conflicts, and action, and how the appropriation of national history by the various characters of the trilogy reveals the ideological spectrum of America in the fifties, sixties, and seventies.
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