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READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ Carrie By Stephen King ↠ Why read Carrie Stephen King himself has said that he finds his early work raw and Brian De Palma's movie was so successful that we feel like we have read the novel even if we never have The simple answer is that this is a very scary story one that works as well if not better on the page as on tY be turned on her tormentors King has a way of getting under the skin of his readers by creating an utterly believable world that throbs with menace before finally exploding He builds the tension in this early work by piecing together extracts from newspaper reports journals and scientific papers as well as traditional first and third person narrative in order to reveal what lurks beneath the surface of Chamberlain Maine News item from the Westover ME weekly Ente. English Carrie Italiano«News item from the Westover Me Weekly Enterprise August 19 1966RAIN OF STONES REPORTEDIt was reliably reported by several persons that a rain of stones fell from a clear blue sky on Carlin Street in the town of Chamberlin on 17th August The stones feel principally on the home of Mrs Margaret White damaging the roof extensively and ruining two gutters and a downspout valued at 25 Mrs White a widow lives with her three year old daughter Carrieta»Carrie is a teenager chasing an ordinary life never able to catch it This is not due to her telekinetic powers the problem has far to do with her mother a person that we will define religious zealot to say the least Conseuence Carrie is definitely fringe at school she is constantly bullied And unfortunately Carrie is about to reach her breaking pointA history of bullying a topic that the author describes so well also in many other pages in my opinion Object of the abuse each time is a character who in the eyes of many seems weird The beautiful paradox of this novel is that to other kids Carrie's weird thing is not telekinesis She always managed to bury this talent Carrie's marginalisation simply results from her mum's fundamentalism her real nemesis It's not an horror novel it's a drama plain and simpleI was expecting a bit green work something testifying this is the first published novel of one of the most prolific author I know and one of my favorites But no Carrie is a beautiful piece of art not because filled with that rough beauty typical of early works revealing a blooming talent No This novel is a beautiful piece of art that's allVote 85«Notizia di cronaca riportata dal settimanale Enterprise di Westover Maine il 19 agosto 1966PIOGGIA DI PIETRECi viene riferito che una pioggia di pietre è caduta da un cielo perfettamente sereno su Carlin Street nella città di Chamberlain il 17 agosto Diverse persone sarebbero state testimoni Le pietre sono cadute sulla casa della signora Margaret White rovinando gravemente il tetto e sfondando due grondaie e un tubo di scolo per un danno di circa 25 dollari La signora White vedova abita nella casa di Grin Street con la figlioletta di tre anni Carrie»Carrie è una ragazzina che insegue una vita normale senza mai raggiungerla E uesto non perché dotata di poteri telecinetici ma perché si ritrova per madre una persona che a volerla definire fanatica per il suo modo di interpretare la religione cattolica significa farle un complimento Conseguenza Carrie a scuola è un'emarginata viene costantemente bullizzata E purtroppo Carrie sta per raggiungere il limite di sopportazioneTorna uno dei temi secondo me più cari all'autore presente spesso in molte sue pagine il bullismo Oggetto delle prevaricazioni altrui è ogni volta un personaggio che agli occhi di molti appare strano diverso Il bellissimo paradosso di uesto romanzo è che per gli altri ragazzi la stranezza di Carrie non sta nella telecinesi uesto talento è sempre riuscita a tenerlo nascosto L'emarginazione di Carrie deriva più semplicemente dal fondamentalismo della madre la sua vera nemesi Più che horror uesto è un dramma bello e buonoMi aspettavo un'opera un po' acerba che testimoniasse insomma di essere il primo romanzo ad essere pubblicato da uno degli autori più prolifici che io conosca nonché uno dei miei preferiti E invece no Carrie è un'opera bella non perché dotata di uella bellezza grezza delle opere prime che lasciano intravedere un talento che sta per esplodere No uesto romanzo è bello e bastaVoto 85

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Why read Carrie Stephen King himself has said that he finds his early work raw and Brian De Palma's movie was so successful that we feel like we have read the novel even if we never have The simple answer is that this is a very scary story one that works as well if not better on the page as on the screen Carrie White menaced by bullies at school and her religious nut of a mother at home gradually discovers that she has telekinetic powers powers that will eventuall. god this was boring

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Carrie By Stephen KiRprise August 19 1966 Rain of Stones Reported It was reliably reported by several persons that a rain of stones fell from a clear blue sky on Carlin Street in the town of Chamberlain on August 17th Although the supernatural pyrotechnics are handled with King's customary aplomb it is the carefully drawn portrait of the little horrors of small towns high schools and adolescent sexuality that give this novel its power and assures its place in the King canon Simon Lea. “People don't get better they just get smarter When you get smarter you don't stop pulling the wings off flies you just think of better reasons for doing it” This is pizza the freaky flavorI loved how intertwined with religion it was Not churches and stuff like that I mean hardcore stuff about the point where religion stops being religion and transforms into fanaticism and how a person can drive themselves crazy with it especially if you already have the tendency towards the crazy And Margaret White definitely had the tendency towards craziness She’s a prejudiced maniacal insane person who believes that women are constantly living in sin because of their gender Sex is poison sexual pleasure is a sin When she got pregnant she tried to kill the baby Now after 17 years she self harms herself to stop her daughter from disobeying her like a nice little sheepCarrie is the kind of girl who gets period and thinks she’s bleeding to death Yes that’s what happens when you have no friends or people to stand by you or a mother who’s supportive and can guide you through stuff like this Every time Carrie commits a sin she’s forced by Margaret to get locked inside a closet until she’s repented for her sins by asking for forgivenessIf you’ve seen the movie – or better yet the movies – then you’re all too familiar with the plot and what happens What’s worth the mention though it’s the fact that while I too was familiar with the plot I felt like reading something new something I’d never heard or seen before and that’s the magic of Mr King’s writing The way he combines the past with the present and horror seems all too real It’s mouth watering and it leaves you wanting and of that horror and terrorIt’s a small enough novel it’ll take you no time at all to read it So if you’ve seen the movies then don’t be hesitant about it Just do it You won’t regret it