He is known for including his personal occurrences into his works.
Once it had done so, however, it grabbed readers and critics alike, and a major motion picture was made from it in The novel uses the experimental technique of created books, reports, wire service copy, and other material, in some cases supposed to have been published ten years after the events of Carrie.
These accounts tend to objectify the seemingly impossible events in the novel. In choosing paranormal activity as one of the subjects of his novel, King realized that it had to be worked in slowly, yet quickly enough so the reader would have an idea what to expect.
The incident of stones raining down on the White house is discussed fairly early, but only later do readers learn that Carrie was angry at her mother and showed her anger in that way. Similarly, when Carrie is at school, her telekinetic responses to her humiliation and, later, her response to a principal who cannot get her name right are minor events, almost accidents.
Carrie does not know the extent of her powers.
Carrie forces her mother to sit down while she sews her own dress. The entire section is words. Unlock This Study Guide Now Start your hour free trial to unlock this page Carrie study guide and get instant access to the following:+ free ebooks online. Did you know that you can help us produce ebooks by proof-reading just one page a day?
Go to: Distributed Proofreaders. King has called Carrie a work of feminism. His purpose in writing the novel was to outline the ways that women come into a power that are frightening but compelling. His purpose in writing the novel was to outline the ways that women come into a power that are frightening but compelling.
Stephen King´s Carrie - Most book reviews of Stephen King's novel, Carrie, were generally positive.
With Steve Calvert's review, he focuses on the structure of Carrie. These reviews differed in minor ways but overall the reviewers admire Stephen King's work and enjoyed the story of Carrie White. Project Gutenberg Australia a treasure-trove of literature treasure found hidden with no evidence of ownership.
Celebrities have a much easier path to staying good looking well into their later years, think of Mr Clooney, the amazing Ms Jolie/Pitt and many more. “Carrie” succeeds because it feels accurate about things that are unreal.
Readers and critics of novels have long prized observation over imagination. That’s not surprising, because observation is respectable, useful, intellectual, and verifiable.