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Suffer the Little Children by Stephen King is an interesting story that lives up tothe expectations of all his other legendary works His plot is twisted and contains manyironic happenings The characters are divided into good and evil but one is confused ifthe evil is real or imaginary The setting sounds as if it is based on an actual place Thestory as a whole keeps the reader anticipated and on the edge of his seatThe setting is placed at an elementary school where the kids attend class fromeight to three in a single room with the same teacher all day The teacher Miss Sidleyis a small women that has been teaching a long time She wears a brace due to the painsin her back and thick glasses to view all of her pupils Even though Miss Sidley is reallypetite and frail looking she has her students scared of her and they do not dare to try andpull anything over on her The kids know not to chew gum whisper pass notes or readbecause even though Miss Sidley has her back turned she catches them everytime Theyfeel as if she is God because she knows everything at onceThe story begins in a regular classroom with Miss Sidley writing spelling wordson the blackboard She calls on certain kids to use the new word in a sentence She isvery polite about it but the kids still tremble Then she comes to Robert a boy in thefront row She asks him to use the word tomorrow in a sentence Robert answered Tomorrow a bad thing will happen Then he wrinkled hisnose and smiled slyly Miss Sidley did not say anything but this bothered her greatly She could hardly sleep that night and knew something was wrong with Robert Robertand a few of the other kids kept making strange smirks and looking at Miss Sidley weird The reader can now tell something is wrong with the picture and the plot
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