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    The horror genre is a severely underrated and neglected literary zone that not many writers choose to call home. Stephen King is an author who dares to face the odds, writing about what he truly enjoys, which has paid off for him in the end. If you have read any amount of King’s books, you can see a similarity in both tone and style. With over fifty works under his belt, including books, movie adaptations, and short stories, King has worked his way to the top, becoming one of his generation’s most celebrated authors. He escalated from printing twenty-five cent stories in his basement to New York Times Best Sellers. King tends to insert personal characteristics and experiences from his life into what he writes, along with recurring characters,…

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    Stephen King Influence

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    Stephen King is one of the greatest fantasy writer in the world. He published many short stories. Much of his fictions have been adapted to both large and small screens, although it usually plays best in the mind’s eye. The relations of king’s fiction with electronic media are many and complex. (King is considered one of the greatest fantasy writers because of the things that have happened in his past lifetime). (King 1) Stephen King was born September 21, 1947 in Portland, Maine. When king was…

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    Stephen King did not instantly just become a great published writer, however, through hard work and perseverance he overcame the hard times and he's now a very well known author. Stephen King was born in 1947, in the city Portland, Maine. As a young boy, he loved scary books, Such as, The Tales from the Vault. In Addition, he also loved science-fiction movies that featured monsters. In high school, King began writing strange short stories. However, none were published. In his stories he enjoyed…

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    In the gothic literature story The boogeyman by stephen King they use various uses of story elements that are actually quite fascinating. Gothic literature is a story that involves a monster or some other supernatural being. These stories are usually dark and written by authors who are well known like Stephen King, Edgar Allen Poe,etc. These stories element include a damsel in distress, a hero ,intense emotions. A story that has a majority of these is The Boogeyman by Stephen King. The first…

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    We are living in a time where you can see horror in a few ways, but a short story is one of the best. Everyone know that Stephen King is one of the best authors of horror short stories and novels. Students who have not read his shorts stories have seen movies based on them. Because of his popularity with young people, assigning a Stephen King short story to a class and make an essay about it attract the most unwilling readers. Students will read and like his work. His frequently strong language…

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    Stephen King Carrie

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    Carrie is a book by Stephen King and the book was banned because it was a violent, and had a sexual themes in parts of the book. Carrie is a just teenage girl and is trying to get by in school. She has these telekinetic powers and she barely found out about it. She does not know how to control her powers. There was an incident when she was little, she cause a rain storm to occur when it was sunny. The sad part about her life is that she has this psychopath mother who hurts and abuse Carrie…

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    Stephen King Theme

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    Through his storytelling abilities and vivid imagination, as demonstrated in his novels, short stories, and films, Stephen King has done much to move the horror genre into one of the top choices of many reading fans in the literature world. He has modernized many gothic or horror themes and techniques throughout his career and that is why some call him one of the best authors to walk the earth to this day. Many of King’s peers say that he has a strong case of hypergraphia which is evident in his…

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    The Undead Horror Stephen King films are known for their suspense and horror. Pet Sematary (1989) tells the story of a family who moves to Maine and discovers that the local sematary is haunted. In this film, one of the most important themes is horror. Horror is the feeling of fright and fear. The theme of horror is clearly illustrated through the use of various film devices in several important scenes from Pet Sematary. First, film devices and techniques in the scene where Rachel comes back…

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    Stephen edward king was born in portland maine on september 21, 194 king and his older brother lived with their mom after their father left when he was just two years old (Stephen 1). Once his father left his mom ended up moving them to several different areas until she decided to stay in one place for the next six years. Stephen king later graduated in 1966 from high school then went to college were he graduated in 1770. After college king accepted a job as a english teacher, during this time…

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    A Guy Who makes Monsters When most people think of Stephen King they think horror. Though he has written many short stories and novel based on horror, he writes many different genera’s except romance. Based on his biographical information it will help readers understand why this is. In Kings’ western themed story “A Death” Jim Trusdale is arrested for the murder of a young girl and for stealing her silver birthday dollar. This story takes place in Black Hills, Dakota. But can Jim…

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