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Fear Into Rage The novel Carrie is about the chilling story of a girl and her power Carrie White possessed a phenomenon known as telekinesis the movement of objects by scientifically inexplicable means as by the exercise of an occult power Carrie begins flexing her phenomenon and unleashes her frightening power upon a small new England town for revenge The novel Carrie by Steven King Starts off with old news reports stating how stones fell principally on the home of Mrs Margaret White who lives with her 3 year old daughter Carietta The novel jumps around to the past present and future Trying to let the reader get the full comprehension of Carrie White and her gift of telekinesis Carrie is portrayed through out the book as an outsider Someone who looks in from the outside Trying to fit in with her class mates at school Carrie the one who never laughed at jokes but was the joke To her mom Margaret everything was sinful and of the devil It was always same routine come home eat sew and get pushed into her prayer closet which was the size of 3ft x 3 ft If she even gave a simple opinion From this to the kids at school Carrie was overwhelmed caring burdens no child should carry So she began flexing her power making it grows stronger Starting with small things like marbles dancing in air looking and unlocking doors ash trays throw into the air overheads lights breaking These were minor things that would climax to bigger better things for Carrie Chris Hargensen was the popular one who would start things up that would wined up to wondering Carrie Chris is was the one who started throwing tampons and pads at Carrie in the shower Carrie had started her period and was so naive and innocent she though she was bleeding to death The lack that her mom did not
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