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Aldridge, John W., Time to Murder and Create: The Contemporary Novel in Crisis, McKay, 1966.

Bemrose, John, "Culture of Speed," in Macleans, February 26, 1996, p. 70.

Burchard, Rachael C., Yea Sayings, Southern Illinois University Press, 1971.

Detweiler, Robert, John Updike, Twayne Publishers, 1984.

Doner, Dean, "Rabbit Angstrom's Unseen World," in New World Writing 20, J. B. Lippincott Co., 1962, pp. 63-75.

Fremont-Smith, Eliot, Review, in Village Voice, September 30, 1981.

Greiner, Donald J., John Updike's Novels, Ohio University Press, 1984.

Hamilton, Alice, and Kenneth Hamilton, The Elements of John Updike, Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1970.

Howard, Jane, Interview, in Life, November 4, 1966.

Kielland-Lund, Erik, "The Americanness of Rabbit, Run: A Transatlantic View," in New Essays on "Rabbit Run," edited by Sidney Trachtenburg, Cambridge University Press, 1993, pp. 77-93.

Lee, Hermione, "The Trouble with Harry," in New Republic, December 24, 1990, pp. 34-37.

Pinsker, Sanford, "Restlessness in the 1950s: What Made Rabbit Run?" in New Essays on "Rabbit Run," edited by Sidney Trachtenburg, Cambridge University Press...

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