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Stephen King’s IT Parade, Week 3: Does This Book Even Need Pennywise?

Stephen King’s IT Parade, Week 3: Does This Book Even Need Pennywise?

Stephen King’s IT Parade is author/editor Daniel Kraus’s 10-week journal of re-reading King’s classic. Join him on this long (very long) journey, if you dare. CHAPTERS 4-7 & THE FIRST INTERLUDE Nothing speaks to the way King just can’t stop with IT than the book’s four “interludes”—in total, about 120 pages of history lessons about Derry that probably could […]

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Stephen King’s IT Parade, Week 2: Who’s the Author of This Book?

Stephen King’s IT Parade, Week 2: Who’s the Author of This Book?

Stephen King’s IT Parade is author/editor Daniel Kraus’s 10-week journal of re-reading King’s classic. Join him on this long (very long) journey, if you dare. CHAPTERS 1-3 Here’s what you probably remember from the beginning of IT: Little six-year-old Georgie Denbrough chasing a newspaper boat down a rainy street when it zips into a sewer grate and Georgie tries to […]

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Stephen King’s IT Parade, Week 1: Is That a Book or a Bible?

Stephen King’s IT Parade, Week 1: Is That a Book or a Bible?

  INTRODUCTION First thing’s first: I first read IT circa 1987. I was 12 years old, which might strike the uninitiated as a tad young to tackle King’s gruesome, relentless, complicated, and just plain unwieldy horror epic (the 1986 printing was 1,138 pages). Fans, of course, will know that it was the perfect time to […]

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