Books about Stephen King and his Work:Stephen King: Man and Artist

Title: Stephen King: Man and Artist
Author: Carroll F. Terrell
Publisher: Northern Lights (Ontario, Maine)
ISBN: 0-9621570-3-1
Year: 1990
State:Limited edition of 75 Author signed and numbered copies (Silver Boards)
Limited Edition of 400 Author signed and numbered copies (Black Boards)
Price: ?
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About the Book:
This book, published by Northern Lights (in Ontario, Maine), was written by a UMO college professor who taught King. Published in 1990 and revised for it's reissue in 1991, it is a rarity among books about King: a look at SK's student years by someone in a position to have seen first-hand his growth as a writer during a formative period in his life.

Carroll F. Terrell's book is a fascinating discussion of King's fiction in classical terms and of the King canon; it is an insightful look at King as a writer and a college student from a unique perspective.

Michael Collings noted, "Stephen King: Man and Artist provides an invaluable next step in the critical transformation of our assumptions about King, elevating him from mere shockmeister to acknowledged voice of an age. Terrell is to be congratulated as much for his courage in accepting such a task and for the wealth of knowledge and perception he marshals in fulfilling it"

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