Marry Me - John Updike Reviews
Description:ISBN 0449912159 / Author: John Updike / Genre: Fiction / Updike's eighth novel, subtitled A Romance because, he says, People don't act like that any more, centers on the love affair of a married couple in the Connecticut of 1962. Unfortunately, this is a couple whose members ... more
Marry Me - John Updike ... are married to other people. Suburban infidelity is familiar territory by now, but nobody knows it as well as Updike, and the superb book is written with the author's characteristic poetic sensibility and sly wit.
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