Carrie Author Stephen King Reader á 253 pages

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Carrie Author Stephen King Reader á 253 pages Ä A modern classic Carrie introduced a distinctive new voice in American fiction Stephen King The story of misunderstood high school girl Carrie White her extraordinary telekinetic powers and her violent rampage of revenge remains one of the most barrier breaking and shocking novels of alGh school girl Carrie White her extraordinary telekinetic powers and her violent rampage of revenge remains one of the mo Everybody is invited to the Prom Dance THAT ENDING THAT YOU'RE EXPECTING It's very interesting to read Carrie finally I have watched the Brian de Palma's adaptation so I wasn't unfamiliar with what would happenHowever the way as Stephen King wrote this book was in such great way that the novel is still engaging not matter if you already know the main highlightsThere are some books that if you knew what will happenkaput All the fun was spoiled and you won't get interested on reading the book BUT in here Stephen King gave you the highlights right away You haven't advanced even few pages and you already know that Carrie White has Telekinetic powers and something really bad happened in the Prom Night THE BOOK WHICH STARTED STEPHEN KING'S CAREER I think that it's the best testimony to Stephen King's genius in this his very first novel the first to be published but in reality the fourth that he wrote He wasn't able to know then that the book will became a success and a staple book in the horror genre however thinking that that will happen it is clever not waiting long in the narrative to give the main highlightsSince if before you still have to get spoiled of key events in storiesnowadays with internet social networks online news chatting forums etc it's really REALLY HARD to avoid getting spoiled when something that became so successfulBut with Stephen King's debut published novel? No sweat you can read almost 40 years later the novel knowing ahead the story and still you get engaged into the book due the great management of the author on the presentation of the story UNUSUAL BUT BRILLIANT NARRATIVE STYLE Maybe nowadays it could be a pretty standard way to tell the story but 40 years ago?Visionary styleThe narrative plays with current events in the story with excerpts of supposed books and documents written in the future of the story Even you have to take in account that the very novel is kinda an alternate history story due that it's set in 1979 but the publication was on 1974 and there are many references on the supposed investigative books there with dates even in the future Other powerful element on Carrie is that its main topic is still as relevant now than in 1974 since that topic is BULLLYING The bullying is main trigger in the story and you can't deny that it's a topic that sadly is the same as important now if not than in 1974 Because of that Carrie didn't age and it didn't lose its appealing to new readers I think that main storyline and plot are well set and developed GETTING INTO THEIR SKINS My only complains would be in the character developing area andor the justification of some actionsI say this that while the evil characters like Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan are satisfying developed and with really interesting reactions of bothIn the case of Miss Dejardin and Sue Snell I think that they could use a better setting of their motivations to help Carrie White and not a sudden impulse of being good samaritans More interaction between Carrie White and her mother could be appreciated Changing to other subjects I think that it's a general misconception that Carrie White went insane crazy etcOh no no my friendsShe wasn't crazy A crazy person don't think in a clear way and it's obvious that Carry once she unleashed her rage she took steps to protect her work that a crazy person wouldn't do Of course I am not saying that Carrie was a sane personDefinitely she was a psychopathic person that it's waaaaay different than a crazy personEven some events in her confrontation with her mother and later her encounter with Sue Snell leave clear evidence that Carrie White was thinking in a certain level of rational logic maybe irrational for you but when you try to think what could mean to be Carrie Whiteyou can realize why some odd events have all the logic in the odd world of Carrie Changing the subject again Please indulge me I promise that's the last timeThe novel even leave a certain open frame for a potential seuel Forty years later you could think that that would never happens BUT seeing a recently published seuel for The Shiningso anything can happens

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St barrier breaking and shocking novels of all timeMake a date with terror and live the nightmare that isCarrie back cove Carrie Stephen KingCarrie is a novel by American author Stephen King It was his first published novel released on April 5 1974 It revolves around the eponymous Carrie White an unpopular friendless misfit and bullied high school girl who uses her newly discovered telekinetic powers to exact revenge on those who torment her While in this process she causes one of the worst local disasters the town has ever had King has commented that he finds the work to be raw and with a surprising power to hurt and horrify It is one of the most freuently banned books in United States schools Much of the book uses newspaper clippings magazine articles letters and excerpts from books to tell how Carrie destroyed the fictional town of Chamberlain Maine while exacting revenge on her sadistic classmates and her own mother Margaretتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و هشتم ماه ژانویه سال 2014 میلادیعنوان کری؛ نویسنده استیون کینگ؛ مترجم بهاره ملازم؛ تهران، افراز، 1390؛ ئدر 280 ص؛ شابک 9789642435821؛ موضوع داستانهای ترسناک از نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 مداستان بلوغ و قدرت‌های فرابشری «کری وایت» است، «کری وایت»، دختر خجالتی و کمروی مدرسه، به شدت از سوی دوستانش مورد تمسخر قرار میگیرد او در خانه هم با مادری به شدت مذهبی و پریشان، زندگی میکند، که به کری اجازه ی ارتباط با دیگران را نمیدهد روزی که دخترِ شلوغ و شرّ مدرسه، کریس، که از کری متنفر است، تصمیم میگیرد بلایی سرِ او بیاورد، روزی ست که خشمِ فراطبیعیِ کری را به دنبال دارد از این داستان دو فیلم زیر نیز اقتباس و ساخته و پرداخته شده استنام فیلم کری؛ کارگردان برایان دی پالما؛ نویسنده استیون کینگ؛ بازیگران سیسی اسپیسک؛ جان تراولتا؛ پایپر لوری؛ پاملا جین سولز؛ موسیقی پینو دوناجو؛ تدوین پال هرش؛ توزیع‌ کننده یونایتد آرتیستس؛ تاریخ‌های انتشار 3 نوامبر 1976؛ مدت زمان 98 دقیقه؛ کشور ایالات متحده؛ زبان انگلیسی؛ هزینهٔ فیلم یک میلیون و هشتصد هزار دلار؛ فروش گیشه 33 میلیون و هشتصد هزار دلارنام فیلم کری؛ کارگردان کیمبرلی پرس؛ تهیه‌ کننده کوین میشر؛ فیلم‌نامه‌ نویس روبرتو آگیر سکزا؛ بر پایه داستان کری اثر استیون کینگ؛ بازیگران کلویی مورتز؛ جولیان مور؛ جودی گریر؛ گابریلا وایلد؛ پورتیا دوبلدی؛ درک مک‌گرث؛ بری شاباکا هنلی؛ موسیقی مارکو بلترامی؛ فیلم‌برداری استیو یدلین؛ تدوین لی پرسی؛ شرکت تولید میشر فیلمز؛ توزیع‌ کننده مترو گلدوین مایر؛ اسکرین جمز؛ تاریخ های انتشار 18 اکتبر 2013 میلادی؛ مدت 99 دقیقه؛ کشور آمریکا؛ زبان انگلیسی؛ بودجه 30 میلیون دلار؛ گیشه 84790678 دلار؛ا شربیانی

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Carrie Author Stephen KiA modern classic Carrie introduced a distinctive new voice in American fiction Stephen King The story of misunderstood hi I want to start a shelf of books that traumatized me as a child with stories of girls who just could not stop gushing blood Down There but I can't think of any others besides this and Bell Jar I know in Are You There God It's Me Margaret they just couldn't stop TALKING about it but I think that was different just perplexing and annoying than actually traumaticAny suggestions?Um BTW this book is AMAZING I should give it than three stars There Done Four This is one of those books where you're just like DUDE how did you even come UP with these THOUGHTS? I mean I think we take it all for granted now but honestly this book is amazing I mean there's just so MUCH from the scary religious fanatic mom to the pig's blood to the downed telephone wires to the I haven't read this in a hundred years but I remember many scenes in it so vividly and not just because of the movie which is of course also greatI really think this took a lot of guts to write I mean the girls' locker room scene come ON I mean who did he think he WAS when he WROTE that? I think he was still drinking then He must have been How much guts would that take to be like I'm this guy and I'm going to write this completely balls out preposterous scene of what I imagine it could be like inside a high school girls' locker room even though I obviously have NO IDEA Oh yeah and this unpopular naked teenage girl's going to be in there getting her period for the first time and it's going to be INSANE Insanely bloody that's what it's gonna be Yeah that's right blood EVERYWHERE It's a horror novel I'm gonna start out with gore What could possibly be disgusting and disturbing than bleeding out of one's most private orifice? Well I'm sure I have no idea what that's like really can't imagine it the whole idea sounds totally crazy to me that such a gross thing would happen to anyone but being inside a girls' locker room wow well that really sounds intense too Though come to think of it I have no idea what THAT would realistically be like either So yeah but I'm gonna write this scene anyway gushing blood and mean naked high school girls and it's going to be COMPETELY #%ing CRAZY And he did And it wasBut it WORKED This novel was insane and fearless and obviously written by someone who had this story in him that needed to gush out like Carrie's menstrual blood and crazy telekinetic angst This is one of the books I think of when I get depressed about the idea of workshopped writing and the internal observing critic and all the rest of that limiting uality control type stuff Sometimes people need to tell the nasally fact checkers in their fevered brains to sit down and shut up and drown out the voices of reason and temperance so they can let the wild stuff come out and when they do that's when they write CarrieIs this the Classic of Western Literature? No not by most people's standards and definitely not by mine But it is a damn good story and I'm glad he told it