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Criticism of Stephen King's "Desperation"

Summary: Essay gives a criticism of Stephen King's "Desperation."
Stephen King's Desperation poses a major question to society. Bringing to mind the conflicts of good vs. evil, King shows us that it isn't the size of the dog that matters, but rather the fight of the dog (or god) that counts.

We begin the story with Mary and Peter Jackson, a New York couple on their way home after a trip to visit their pothead relatives. On their way home, the couple find themselves in a bit of a situation. A homicidal cop pulls them over because of their missing license plate, and ends up finding one of Peter's sister's forgotten stashes in the trunk of her borrowed car. This leads them to the small town of Desperation, in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the state of Nevada in the heart of nowhere where all hope is lost and well....they...

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