Carrie | Critical Essay by Elizabeth Hall

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Critical Essay by Elizabeth Hall

Poltergeists, psychokinesis (called telekinesis or TK in this book), and religious fundamentalism mix to produce Carrie …, Stephen King's novel that probably holds the record for the number of deaths perpetrated within its covers by a single adolescent. Sin, sex, and the unpopularity of an adolescent girl endowed with TK begin to come together when the naive Carrie is shocked by the sudden onset of her first menstrual period. The fatal results indicate the value of sex education. (p. 76)

Elizabeth Hall, in Psychology Today (copyright © 1975 Ziff-Davis Publishing Company), September, 1975.

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