Of the farm / John Updike.

; Herman Finkelstein Collection (Library of Congress)
1st ed.. New York : Knopf, 1965.

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Other Authors Herman Finkelstein Collection (Library of Congress)
Subjects Families -- Fiction.
Farm life -- Fiction.
Pennsylvania -- Fiction.
Description 173 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Bound in quarter green cloth with pale green paper covered boards; stamped in gold and silver on spine and in silver on front cover; t.e. stained red.
Source: Copyright deposit, Nov. 2, 1965. DLC
Also issued online.
Summary Joey Robinson is a thirty-five-year-old advertising consultant working in the urban jungle of Manhattan. One day, Joey decides to return to the farm where he grew up, and where his mother still lives. Accompanied by his newly acquired second wife and an eleven-year-old stepson, he begins to reassess and evaluate the course his life has taken. For three days, a quartet of voices explores the country air, relates stories, makes confessions, seeks solace, and hopes for love. But all of their emotional musings and reflections pale when tragedy strikes-- one that threatens to separate the family, even as it draws them closer. --Publisher.
Genre Domestic fiction.
Geographic Area Pennsylvania
Network Numbers (OCoLC)189943
(OCoLC)ocm00189943
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WorldCat Identities Updike, John.
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