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Stephen King

Stephen Edwin King (born September 21, 1947) is an American writer of contemporary horror fiction, science fiction, fantasy literature, and screenplays. In 2003 the National Book Foundation awarded King the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
In short, yes. Stephen King makes an appearance in all of his films. Whether it is a cameo by voice or physical appearance he is in them. Just like Stan Lee is in all of his movies. You'd have to look to spot him though, if you aren't looking for him you might miss him, it is usually just seconds.
Late last night and the night before, Tommyknockers, Tommyknockers knocking at the door.I want to go out, don't know if I canCause I'm so afraid of the Tommyknocker man.
  350 mil max on wikipedia under "stephen king" aka 16th most of all time impressive!
Type your answer here... The eyes of the dragon... He wrote it for his own children, it stands alone, but it ties in with other stories he wrote, if they grow up to be fans
Yes, Penny Dreadful was the name of the clown in Stephen Kings IT
He was raised in Maine.
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StephenKing.com has officially discontinued downloads of "The Plant" and has no word on when the author plans to resume the novel.   I found a copy on eBay.
It is his latest collection of short stories.
Stephen King and R.L. Stine are not the same person. They both write in the same genre but R.L. Stine is mostly directed towards kids while Stephen King has "older elements." This is why Stine is known as the "Stephen King" of children's literature.
i would say the two cleanest are firestarter and the girl who loved tom Gordon
That can only be said to be because the author wrote it that way. It certainly was not in character. The character as wrote would not have left a retarded man alone outside in fear, just so as to have sex with a stranger. The mini-series movie did well to change that.
No, it was not. Tom Cullen, described as "mildly retarded", could not give "informed consent". It was the responsibility of the Free Zone government to protect such people, not place them in danger deliberately. That they could justify it for a "greater good" made them no better than the very "Dark...
The water out is the only consideration. Long before he could have died of starvation, or been reduced to cannibalism of a dead cell mate, he would have died of dehydration. That takes little more than three days, and even high estimates would have it at ten.You need at least a month to starve to...
Stephen King's earliest works, often regarded as his best work, almost exclusively dealt with "nerds". And these were always his biggest fan base. "Carrie", his first work, was about a girl nerd. "Christine" about a boy nerd. Etc.That Stephen King as a child had at the least "nerd aspects" is...
No. While purportedly so, it was a "parliamentarian democracy", and there is an enormous difference. In the parliamentary style, there is a governing body - in the Boulder Free Zone's case, a "committee" - that decides things. The membership of the committee is "at large", meaning that the whole of...
Theora Stephens did not invent the curling iron. It was actually used in Greek times by the upper class. Theora only patended it.
Edgar Allan Poe, one of the founders of modern horror writing, has also influenced Stephen King's writing. It is in human nature to delve into the morbid realms of life, and both Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King do this in their writings. These two men appear to have an oddly similar morose...
His favorite stories of his own seem to be The Stand and The Dark Tower series.
Misery in 1990 and Dolores Claibourne in 1995. She was also in The Stand. She had a small role as Rae Flowers, a radio talk show host.
Good question! He makes the reference to them on page 354, I was thinking they were Xanax or another type of antidepressant/anti-anxiety pill, because Sammy (the character in book) mentions how depressed she is and thinks about ending her life with them.
  There is no Stephen King movie with that title. You may be thinking of "Sleepwalkers" and the song "Sleepwalk" by Santo and johnny Farina. That film also featured the following songs: Enya-Boadicea, The Contours-Do You Love Me, Extreme-It ('s A Monster), Gaye Delorme - The Rodeo Song.
I am assuming that you are meaning the instrumental song that was also played in the movie La Bamba during Richie Valens funeral. If so this is the song that you are refering to:   "Sleep Walk" is an instrumental steel guitar-based song recorded and released in 1959 by Santo & Johnny.   ...
It's from The Dark Half. It's actually a character in a book series  written by Thad Beaumont/George Stark, the novelist who is the main  character in The Dark Half. So it's kind of an obscure character  who's really a character of a book within a book. Confusing, but  there's your answer. Alex...
Andy pleads to the district attorney that he is innocent.Andy gets into fights with the sisters.Brooks decided whether he was to kill Heywood to have crime worth of staying in prison.Tommy has a story which says Andy is innocent, warden Norton does not want to let him tell it.Andy escapes.Red faces...
After several stalls in production, it finally released on September 8th 2017 .
He doesn't have a nickname, as far as I'm aware, but he has used the PEN name (pseudonym) "Richard Bachman" on several occasions.
The audience of To a terrorist, is a terrorist.
would you let your child watch Stephen King movie
HArsh language would be my guess...
Douglas E. Winter's book about him says about 15 but its pretty old
  Stephen King received an advance of 2,500 from Doubleday for his book 'Carrie'
The same letter was missing. I think it may have been an "M," but I'm not sure.. It was "N".
Fear for someone elseFear of others (paranoia)Fear of deathFear of insects (especially spiders, flies, and beetles)Fear of closed-in placesFear of ratsFear of snakesFear of deformityFear of squishy thingsFear of the dark
He has two sons, a daughter, and three grandkids.
Rage on the page and mean on the screen.
He's about 200 lbs and 6'4"
He does, of a sort. His book On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft is partly autobiographical, as well as being a guide for aspiring writers.
It probably depends on the 11 year old in question, but as a general rule and speaking as a lifelong fan, I'd say by Junior High, you should be OK. At 11, The Eyes of the Dragon might be great - it is a knights-and-maidens fantasy, not a true horror story, and one of his best.
His website. If you have to ask what the URL is, you probably can't read this anyway.
right around 50 were published but he also published a bunch or stories in magazines and stuff
According to Robert Grumbine http://www.radix.net/~bobg/books/banned.1.html Carrie was considered to be trash and harmful to young girls because the book has lots of violence and abuse. It may still be considered as witchcraft and has sexual scenes that is not for immature people to read.
because the stories in it are novellas, stories that are too long to be considered short stories and too short to be a full length novel, so he put them together all in one book.
Misery, by Stephen King, was published in 1987
No, he signs his full first and last names. the "n" at the end of Stephen also makes up the Back of the "k" in King and crosses the "t" in Stephen.
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon CarrieFirestarterFour Past MidnightThe Gunslinger (Dark Tower series)The Dead ZoneThe StandThe shiningitcujo1408the green mile
He witnessed a friend being hit and killed by a train. This later inspired his short story "The Body", a story about loss of childhood innocence.
To the best of my knowledge, no he was not.
There is no Ellen Rimbauer mansion. Ellen Rimbauer is a fictional character from Stephen King's Rose Red. She is not a real person, and never was a real person.The Winchester Mansion in California is the real life mansion that gave Stephen King the idea. Sarah Winchester's husband invented the...
    Other words that have the same meaning as 'solutions' as in to solve a problem are but not limited to:   Explanation   Key   Resolution   Result   Clarification   Elucidation
Richard Bachman is Seven King's pseudonym.
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Many things. Most obviously, it is the title of a series of novels by Stephen King, as well as the title of the final novel in that series and a physical structure central to the series' narrative. More generally, it is the lynchpin of all existence, the center of not just our world, but all...
Stephen King's inspiration for the Dark Tower series was the poem "Childe To Roland The Dark Tower Came"
Minus two points for not wanting to read the book. Carrie dies and most of Chamberlain is in ruin. However, it seems that a young girl begins to develop telekinesis like Carrie.
The Green Mile was published in 1996.
You might make the argument that King wants us to see the potential terror of seemingly innocuous, everyday objects, people, and situations. A pet cemetery, a car, a clown, an unpopular girl in high school, etc. all have the potential to become frightening.Also, he is oddly optimistic, given his...
Stephen King wrote many books and there were a lot of really popular ones.The most popular ones would probably be Carrie and It.
The point of view in The Reaper's Image by Stephen King is 3rd  Person
It's a novella from the story collection called 'Four past midnight' called 'the library policemen'
I believe the term is "alive" and yes, he is 63 years old and still writing.
It is a quote popularized in the movie The Shining. But, the phrase in it's self means: If you work all the time and do not take the time to relax, let go, and play then you will become boring.
Mainly, what bulling does to people. you should read it, it's absolutely amazing.
The same as the plot of the book "It" by Stephen King.
Stephen Kin is famous for writing horror and suspense novels. Some  of his most popular novels include The Green Mile, Carrie and Pet  Cemetery.
Some of Stephen King's most notable quotes are, "People want to know why I do this, why I write such gross stuff. I like to tell them I have the heart of a small boy, and I keep it in a jar on my desk." "I am the literary equivalent of a Big Mac and fries." "I've killed enough of the world's trees...
No he does not. He had a bad experience as a child with a large dog, which is why he chose to write "Cujo", and is also why he does not own one.
All work and no play can make you a dull boy.
Wolves of the Calla.
Carrie: The Musical premiered on May 12, 1988 and closed after only five performances. Even so, many petitions have emerged to revive it.
Yes, he currently publishes about one novel per year.
Stephen King did not actually write the film; instead, the film was loosely based on his short story "The Body". This story, incidentally, was inspired by King's real life experience of seeing a friend hit and killed by a train when King was very young.If the treehouse can be said to symbolize...
Because this is Intertextuality you do not have to quote an author to use intertext. All who have read it knows it is Eliot's poem that are being quoted anyway.
Stephen Hawking is famous for his work as a theoretical physicist.  He has studied the universe and has made amazing discoveries.