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On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Rejection Slipsappears in non-fiction

Stephen King started submitting stories to magazines as a child and collected the rejection slips he received.

Dave's Ragappears in non-fiction

Dave's Rag is a newspaper Stephen King helped his brother Dave print once a week when they were kids.

Massive Deskappears in non-fiction

Stephen King always wanted a massive desk to set in the middle of his office for his work. However, after becoming a recovering addict, Stephen King realized that his desk should be simple and in a corner rather than the focus of the room.

Cocaine and Alcoholappears in non-fiction

Stephen King was addicted to both cocaine and alcohol for many years during his adulthood until his wife finally convinced him to get treatment.

Trailer Laundry Roomappears in non-fiction

Stephen King wrote his first novels in the laundry room of his family's rented trailer. When Stephen...

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