New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966.
Hardcover. First edition, second state with pages 45-46 as a cancel. Slight printer's paper flaw else fine in dustwrapper with offsetting on the front panel, but which would otherwise be fine. Inscribed by Updike to Susan and Neil Sheehan: "to the Sheehans with best wishes and thanks for your caring. John Updike." Updike and Susan Sheehan were colleagues at *The New Yorker* for nearly 50 years, both, among other things, contributing frequently to *The Talk of the Town*. Both won Pulitzer Prizes: Updike for *Rabbit is Rich* and *Rabbit at Rest*; Sheehan for General Non-Fiction for her 1983 book *Is There No Place on Earth for Me?* Her husband, Neil Sheehan won the Pulitzer and a National Book Award for his 1989 book *A Bright Shining Lie*, as well as obtaining and providing The Pentagon Papers to *he New York Times*.