Stephen King | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by André L. DeCuir

This literature criticism consists of approximately 18 pages of analysis & critique of Stephen King.
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Critical Essay by André L. DeCuir

SOURCE: DeCuir, André L. “The Power of the Feminine and the Gendered Construction of Horror in Stephen King's ‘The Reach’.” In Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, edited by Kathleen Margaret Lant and Theresa Thompson, pp. 79-89. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1998.

In the following essay, DeCuir examines the themes of childbirth and horror in King's “The Reach.”

In “A Dream of New Life: Stephen King's Pet Sematary as a Variant of Frankenstein,” Mary Ferguson Pharr attempts to draw parallels between Mary Shelley's great work and Stephen King's reworking of “the dream of new life … a dream both seductive and malefic, the stuff finally of nightmares made flesh...

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