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Stephen Kings novel Carrie tells about a telekinetic girl who has been bullied by everyone all her life and finally gets her revenge At the beginning of the story the main character Carrie White is seventeen years old The reader gets to know that she has grown up in a very special environment Her fanatically religious mother Margaret White has kept her pretty isolated in a world of sinlessnes and punishment Carrie has telekinetic power which she once made stones fall like rain with when she was four years old We later get to know this was a consequence of Margaret trying to kill her daughter As Carrie is at the age of seventeen she gets her first menstruational period after a gym lesson while showering with the other girls in her class not knowing why she is bleeding at all She i very frightened and thinks she has to die That is why the girls in her class laugh at her and throw sanitary towels and tampons The girls are punished by their teacher and most of them accept that One girl Susan thinks she ows Carrie even more and asks her boyfriend Tommy to take Carrie to the prom ball to help her into society He agrees and Carrie decides to accept his offer acting against her mothers will for the first time in her life Carrie is really happy at the prom ball even more as she and Tommy are voted queen and king of the ball As they stand on the stage ready for the crowning buckets with pig blood are dropped on them organized by a girl from the class as revenge for the punishmentTommy is killed by one of the buckets while Carrie escapes and tries to get home On the way she changes her mind and uses her telekinetic forces which she has learned to use during the last weeks to punish her enemies She first
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