I really finally found a well written, short story with a good ending by Stephen King, a little too many cuss words for my liking, but not bad; “Mute, in . from the book “Just after Sunset. ” In the process I found out he was seventeen-days old than I. Somehow I am simply not surprised.
Anyhow let me just make a few comments, and become done with it, it was obviously a challenge to find one with a skillful fragmentation – no, i want to, correct that, with a tree-focal, form of narration, seldom seen. His terminology in working together with a deaf-mute is wise, not belittling. His vocabulary is a little higher in this story than in the several previous short stories We have read out of “Just after Sunset, inch and “Night Shift.
Inches From a forth grade level to a fifth grade level, a marked improvement, although he shows his limitation with his simple unnecessary cussing. I was lifted in rough neighborhood in Minnesota, and he does more cussing per short story, than I observed in per week long drunk.
Do people really enjoy reading cuss words, evidently there is a group out there that has to love them, I wonder if each uses them themselves around the household, if so, no wonder America will probably hell in a paper bag.
The other thing I wonder about reading his stories these days, and I’m really not much a fan of his-and have only read a few books of his, and threw them away some fifteen-years in the past, finding only one well crafted, out of three or four, then I threw in the towel, anyhow, I actually prefer They would. P., and Stoker, and Clark simon A.
Smith, and Howard, but what I notice with King, and even in “Mute, ” he uses the priesthood, Christ, the words sin, the church and its terminology, and all that kind of sacred talk quite a lot, as if he is himself trying to make an interconnection with the incarnate God-man, as if he’s looking to lure him with his blasphemous stories.
There is no doubt in my brain, he could be well aware of what he could be doing, and perhaps has some child years needles still in him because of Jesus being thrown at him, or shoved down his can range f. In any case, he’s surely not writing for posterity, in order to get in the entrances of heaven, but I actually suppose at an income of $173-million, that would even lure the most of men.