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Suffer the Little Children Suffer the Little Children is a great science fiction story written by the legendary author Stephen King The short story is filled with many descriptive statements that really catch the readers imagination Suffer the Little Children is about a third grade elementary school teacher who is very strict and short-tempered This is one of those teachers that all of us hated throughout school there are absolutely no breaks Her instincts felt the wrath of something bad happening but she did not know what it was Little did she know that her mean teaching style would backfire against her all in a short period of time Stephen King uses three great techniques to suck the reader into this short story the phsyco teacher in Miss Sidley and her class the descriptive statements and the usual science fiction style that King is famous for Miss Sidley is a great teacher when it comes to learning but when she has to deal with the responsibilities of little kids she just does not fair well When Miss Sidley has her back turned to the class she can see them making faces and throwing hand gestures at her through the reflection of her thick glasses It almost looks like she has eyes in the back of her head because she will tell someone to throw out their gum when she is turned around One day she was writing the daily spelling words on the board when she saw something unusual in the face of Robert one of her students It almost looked like an alien or something This looked would stay in her head for days and wherever she looked she would see this alienated face of Robert In the following days Miss Sidley was in the ladies bathroom filling the paper towels when two girls came in and there faces turned to alien like creatures Miss Sidley passed out immediately not knowing what she
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