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SIGNS AND SIGNAGE IN UPDIKE’S ‘RABBIT’ NOVELS.
Signs and signage – road signs, movie marquees, newspaper headlines real and imaginary, municipal signs, electronic message boards, storefronts, etc. – function as important indicators of the shifts, changes, and developments in Angstrom’s consciousness as he grows older throughout the decades chronicled in Updike’s ‘Rabbit’ series.
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What a thorough and thoroughly entertaining article--as usual by this writer. I learned much about Eisner and I was entertained while being enlightened. Thank you so much!
How many overachievers have graduated from DeWitt Clinton High in the last 30 years?
Thanks.