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By Stephen King and published by Hodder & Stoughton FICTION: Carrie 'Salem's Lot The Shining Night Shift The Stand Chr. Carrie. STEPHEN KING CARRIE “King schreibt so, wie Hitchcock in seiner besten Zeit filmte.” SWF 3 Als Dreijährige läßt sie e. Stephen King's legendary debut, about a teenage outcast and the revenge she enacts on her classmates. Carrie White may be picked on by her classmates, but .
What none of them knew, of course, was that Carrie White was telekinetic. This is her power and her problem. Ok Read more. Someone in the background perhaps Hargensen again, Sue couldn't tell in the jungle of echoes was yelling, "Plug it up! Look Inside. Carrie Author:
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Add to Cart Add to Cart. About Carrie An unpopular teenage girl whose mother is a religious fanatic is tormented and teased to the breaking point by her more popular schoolmates and uses her hidden telekinetic powers to inflict a terrifying revenge.
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Read it Forward Read it first. Pass it on! Stay in Touch Sign up. Showers turning off one by one, girls stepping out, removing pastel bathing caps, toweling, spraying deodorant, checking the clock over the door. Bras were hooked, underpants stepped into. Steam hung in the air; the place might have been an Egyptian bathhouse except for the constant rumble of the Jacuzzi whirlpool in the corner. Calls and catcalls rebounded with all the snap and flicker of billiard balls after a hard break.
He picks his nose but so does she, so they're very-"-shower after school and-". Miss Desjardin, their slim, nonbreasted gym teacher, stepped in, craned her neck around briefly, and slapped her hands together once, smartly.
Bell in five minutes. A silver whistle, won in college archery competition, hung around her neck. The girls giggled and Carrie looked up, her eyes slow and dazed from the heat and the steady, pounding roar of the water.
It was a strangely froggy sound, grotesquely apt, and the girls giggled again. Sue Snell had whipped a towel from her hair with the speed of a magician embarking on a wondrous feat and began to comb rapidly.
Miss Desjardin made an irritated cranking gesture at Carrie and stepped out. It wasn't until she stepped out that they all saw the blood running down her leg. From The Shadow Exploded: Congress Tulane University Press: It can hardly be disputed that failure to note specific instances of telekinesis during the White girl's earlier years must be attributed to the conclusion offered by White and Stearns in their paper Telekinesis: A Wild Talent Revisited-that the ability to move objects by effort of the will alone comes to the fore only in moments of extreme personal stress.
The talent is well hidden indeed; how else could it have remained submerged for centuries with only the tip of the iceberg showing above a sea of quackery? We have only skimpy hearsay evidence upon which to lay our foundation in this case, but even this is enough to indicate that a "TK" potential of immense magnitude existed within Carrie White.
The great tragedy is that we are now all Monday morning quarterbacks The catcall came first from Chris Hargensen. It struck the tiled walls, rebounded, and struck again. Sue Snell gasped laughter from her nose and felt an odd, vexing mixture of hate, revulsion, exasperation, and pity. She just looked so dumb, standing there, not knowing what was going on.
God, you'd think she never- "PERiod! It was becoming a chant, an incantation.
Someone in the background perhaps Hargensen again, Sue couldn't tell in the jungle of echoes was yelling, "Plug it up! Carrie stood dumbly in the center of a forming circle, water rolling from her skin in beads. She stood like a patient ox, aware that the joke was on her as always , dumbly embarrassed but unsurprised.
Sue felt welling disgust as the first dark drops of menstrual blood struck the tile in dime-sized drops. She looked around bovinely. Her hair stuck to her cheeks in a curving helmet shape.
There was a cluster of acne on one shoulder. At sixteen, the elusive stamp of hurt was already marked clearly in her eyes.