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Transcript of Dolores Claiborne
St. George Selena
St. George Works for Vera Abusive INSANE Daughter Has been abused Alcoholic Rich LONELY Dolores Dolores is a dynamic character In the beginning she takes the abuse from her husband, but in the end she gets her revenge. Setting The setting of this story takes place on an island of Maine. The genre is Realistic Fiction Plot The main conflict of the story is that Vera
Donovan has died and the don't know who
has killed her. The inciting incident is when the cops begin questioning Dolores about Vera's death.
This introduces the conflict because she tells her life story to the cops, all the way up to Vera Donovan's death. The conflict is resolved when Dolores tells the cops that she did not kill Vera Donovan. Characters Theme The purpose for writing this novel was to entertain the audience. The theme of this story is to treat others the way you would want to be treated.
The reader can learn that karma is a "bite in the butt". What goes around comes back around, and if you are mean and abusive, you could end up dead at the bottom of a well. I do recommend this book! I defiantly recommend this book, unless you aren't a big fan a little gore and a good story line... Other than that its really great! If you are into a little blood and guts (like me) than you will love the scene where Dolores kills Joe! Stephen King goes into so much detail, you can literally hear his teeth shatter! But if you like just a good story, then read it to find out how awesome Dolores is. And how strong she is for not only putting up with an abusive husband, but also a very strict and senile employer. The Author Stephen King Stephen Edwin King was born September 21st 1947
in Portland, Maine. From 1966, King studied English at the University of Maine, graduating in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts in English. In 1973, King's first novel Carrie was accepted by publishing house Doubleday. His advance for Carrie was $2,500, with paperback rights earning $400,000 at a later date. King has been a writer his whole life! On June 19, 1999 at about 4:30 pm, King was walking on Route 5, in Lovell, Maine when Bryan Smith, distracted by an unrestrained dog moving in the back of his minivan, hit King with his vehicle! King landed on the ground about 14 feet from the pavement.
His injuries were, a collapsed right lung, multiple fractures of his right leg, scalp laceration and a broken hip. They kept him at the hospital until July 9! His leg bones were so shattered doctors initially considered amputating his leg, but stabilized the bones in the leg with an external fixator. After five operations in ten days and physical therapy, King resumed work on "On Writing" in July, though his hip was still shattered and he could only sit for about forty minutes before the pain became nearly unbearable.
Alex Awards 2009: Just After Sunset
American Library Association Best Books for Young Adults
1978: 'Salem's Lot
Balrog Awards 1980: Night Shift
Black Quill Awards 2009: Duma Key
Bram Stoker Award
1990: Four Past Midnight
1995: "Lunch at the Gotham Café"
1996: The Green Mile
1998: Bag of Bones
2000: On Writing
2000: "Riding the Bullet"
2002: Lifetime Achievement Award
2003: The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla
2006: Lisey's Story
2008: Duma Key
2008: Just After Sunset
2010: Full Dark, No Stars
2011: "Herman Wouk is Still Alive"
British Fantasy Award
1981: Special Award
1983: "The Breathing Method"
1999: Bag of Bones
2005: The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower
Deutscher Phantastik Preis
2000: Hearts in Atlantis
2001: The Green Mile
2003: Black House
2004: International Author of the Year
2005: The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower
2001: Riding the Bullet
2001: On Writing
2002: Black House
2003: From a Buick 8
2003: Everything's Eventual
Hugo Award 1982: Danse Macabre
International Horror Guild Awards
1999: Storm of the Century
2003: Living Legend
Los Angeles Times Book Prize
1982: Danse Macabre
1986: Skeleton Crew
1999: Bag of Bones
2001: On Writing
Mystery Writers of America 2007: Grand Master Award
National Book Award 2003: Medal of Distinguished Contribution to American Letters
National Magazine Awards
2004: "Rest Stop"
2013: "Batman and Robin Have an Altercation"
New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age 1982: Firestarter
O. Henry Award 1996: "The Man in the Black Suit"
Quill Award 2005: Faithful
Shirley Jackson Award 2009: "Morality"
Spokane Public Library Golden Pen Award 1986: Golden Pen Award
University of Maine 1980: Alumni Career Award
Us Magazine 1982: Best Fiction Writer of the Year
World Fantasy Award
1980: Convention Award
1982: "Do the Dead Sing?"
1995: "The Man in the Black Suit"
2004: Lifetime Achievement
World Horror Convention 1992: World Horror Grandmaster Awards Works of Stephen King
Carrie (1974) 'Salem's Lot (1975) The Shining (1977) The Stand (1978) The Dead Zone (1979) Firestarter (1980) Cujo (1981) Christine (1983) Pet Sematary (1983) Cycle of the Werewolf (1983) The Talisman (1984; with Peter Straub) It (1986) The Eyes of the Dragon (1987) Misery (1987) The Tommyknockers (1987) The Dark Half (1989) Needful Things (1991) Gerald's Game (1992) Dolores Claiborne (1992) Insomnia (1994) Rose Madder (1995) The Green Mile (1996) Desperation (1996) Bag of Bones (1998) The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (1999) Dreamcatcher (2001) Black House (2001; with Peter Straub) From a Buick 8 (2002) The Colorado Kid (2005) Cell (2006) Lisey's Story (2006) Duma Key (2008) Under the Dome (2009) Blockade Billy (2010) 11/22/63 (2011) Joyland (2013) Doctor Sleep (2013)
The Dark Tower
The Gunslinger (1982) The Drawing of the Three (1987) The Waste Lands (1991) Wizard and Glass (1997) Wolves of the Calla (2003) Song of Susannah (2004) The Dark Tower (2004) The Wind Through the Keyhole (2012)
Rage (1977) The Long Walk (1979) Roadwork (1981) The Running Man (1982) Thinner (1984) The Bachman Books (1985) The Regulators (1996) Blaze (2007)
Night Shift (1978) Different Seasons (1982) Skeleton Crew (1985) Four Past Midnight (1990) Nightmares & Dreamscapes (1993) Hearts in Atlantis (1999) Everything's Eventual (2002) Just After Sunset (2008) Full Dark, No Stars (2010)
Danse Macabre (1981) Nightmares in the Sky (1988) On Writing (2000) Secret Windows (2000) Faithful (2004; with Stewart O'Nan)
Riding the Bullet (2000) The Plant (2000; unfinished) Ur (2009) Mile 81 (2011) A Face in the Crowd (2012; with Stewart O'Nan)
Creepshow (1982) Cat's Eye (1985) Silver Bullet (1985) Maximum Overdrive (1986; also director) Pet Sematary (1989) Sleepwalkers (1992) Cell (2012)
Sorry, Right Number (1988) Golden Years (1991) The Stand (1994) The Shining (1997) "Chinga" (1998; with Chris Carter) Storm of the Century (1999) Rose Red (2002) Kingdom Hospital (2004) Desperation (2006)
Michael Jackson's Ghosts (1997; with Michael Jackson) Black Ribbons (2010; with Shooter Jennings) Ghost Brothers of Darkland County (2012; with John Mellencamp)
Creepshow (1982) The Dark Tower (2007–) The Stand (2008–2012) The Talisman (2009–2010) American Vampire (2010) N. (2010) Road Rage (2012)
Unpublished and uncollected works by Stephen King List of adaptations of works by Stephen King Books about Stephen King Tabitha King Joe Hill Owen King Peter Straub Rock Bottom Remainders Dollar Baby Jerusalem's Lot Castle Rock, Maine Derry, Maine The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer: My Life at Rose Red N
vels/Short-storys! More famous works -Carrie
-The Green Mile
-Different Seasons The End