by John Updike
A deftly satirical portrait of life and love in a suburban town as only Updike can paint it.
No one else comes even close to Heinlein in consistently fusing scientific thinking with fictional form.
On a spring day in Vermont, seventy-nine-year-old painter Hope Chafetz tells the story of her life to Kathryn, a young interviewer from New York.
It is the year 2020. America has recently experienced a war with China, and social chaos and protection-racketeering prevail.
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