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Stephen King bibliography

Novels61
Collections11
Nonfiction5
Screenplays19
Others15

Stephen King, in full Stephen Edwin King, American novelist and short - story writer whose books were credited with reviving genre of horror fiction in late 20th century. King graduated from University of Maine in 1970 with bachelor's degree in English. While writing short stories, he supports himself by teaching and working as janitor, among other jobs. His first published novel, Carrie, about tormented teenage girl gifted with telekinetic powers, appeared in 1974 and was immediate popular success. Carrie was first of many novels in which King blended horror, macabre, fantasy, and science fiction. Among such works were Salems Lot; Shining; Stand; Dead Zone; Firestarter; Cujo; Running Man; Christine; Thinner; It; Misery; Tommyknockers; Dark Half; Needful Things; Dolores Claiborne; Dreamcatcher; Cell and Liseys Story; Duma Key; Under Dome; 11 / 22 / 63; Joyland; Doctor Sleep, sequel to Shining; Revival; and Institute. King published several of those works, including Dead Zone and Running Man, under pseudonym Richard Bachman. Collection of first four Bachman novels, Bachman Books, contain essay Why I Was Bachman. Mr. Mercedes, Finders Keepers, and End of Watch form trilogy of hard - boil crime novels centring on retired detective Bill Hodges. King also wrote serial novel, Tower, whose first installment, Gunslinger, appeared in 1982; eighth volume was published in 2012. Film Adaptation Of Series Was Released In 2017. Stephen King Stephen King, 2007. Pinguino Pennywise in film It Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise in It, film adaptation of Stephen King's novel. New Line Cinema in his Books King explores almost every terror - producing theme imaginable, from vampires, rabid dogs, derange killers, and pyromaniacs to ghosts, extrasensory perception and telekinesis, biological warfare, and even malevolent automobile.S In his later fiction, exemplified by Dolores Claiborne, King departs from horror genre to provide sharply detailed psychological portraits of his protagonists, many of them women, who confront difficult and challenging circumstances. Though his work was sometimes disparaged as undisciplined and inelegant, King was talented storyteller whose books gain their effect from realistic detail, forceful plotting, and authors ' undoubted ability to involve and scare reader. His work consistently addresses such themes as potential for politics and technology to disrupt or even destroy individual human lives. Obsession, form it can assume, and its power to wreck individuals, families, and whole communities was recurring theme in Kings fiction, driving narratives of Christine, Misery, and Needful Things. By early 1990s, Kings Books had sold more than 100 million copies worldwide, and his name had become synonymous with genre of horror fiction.

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From 'Carrie' to 'Misery' (1960-1985)

King graduated from University Of Maine in 1970 but did not sell his first novel, Carrie, until 1974. Here's look at work both before and during college. 1960: people, Places, and Things 1964: Star Invaders 1967 Startling Stories Magazine: Glass Floor 1974: Carrie. This was book that put King on map; story of telekinetic girl and her abusive mother, Carrie, goes berserk, killing her classmates after cruel prank at prom. 1975: Salem's Lot 1977: Shining this Book was Make into iconic 1980 Film by Stanley Kubrick, which King reportedly didn't like. 1978: Night Shift 1978: Stand 1979: Dead Zone 1980: Firestarter 1981: Cujo 1981: Danse Macabre 1982: Creepshow 1982: Dark Tower: Gunslinger 1982: Different Seasons 1983: 1983: Pet Sematary 1983: Cycle Of Werewolf 1984: Talisman 1985: Skeleton Crew 1985: Bachman Books 1986: It 1987: Eyes Of Dragon

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Stephen King books in order:

Carrie, novel, Salems Lot, novel, Shining, novel, Rage, novel, Stand, novel, Night Shift, Story collection, Long Walk, novel, Dead Zone, novel, Mist, novella, Firestarter, novel, roadwork, novel, Danse Macabre, non - Fiction, Cujo, novel, Running Man, novel, Dark Tower, novel series, different Seasons, Story collection, Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, novella, Body, novella, apt Pupil, novella, Breathing Method, novella, Pet Sematary, novel, Christine, novel, Talisman, novel, cycle of Werewolf, novel, thinner, novel, skeleton Crew, Story collection, Bachman Books, novel collection, It, novel, Eyes of Dragon, novel, Misery, novel, Tommyknockers, novel, nightmares in Sky, non - Fiction, Dark Half, novel, Stand: Complete & Uncut Edition, novel, four Past Midnight, Story collection, Sun Dog, novella, Secret Window, Secret Garden, novella, Library Policeman, novella, Langoliers, novella, needful Things, novel, geralds Game, novel, dolores Claiborne, novel, nightmares & Dreamscapes, Story collection, insomnia, novel, blind Willie, novella, rise Madder, novel, Green Mile, novel series, desperation, novel, Regulators, novel, bag of Bones, novel, Girl Who love Tom Gordon, novel, hearts in Atlantis, Story collection, why Were in Vietnam, novella, low Men in Yellow Coats, novella, hearts in novella, heavenly Shades of Night Are Falling, novella, n, novella, Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction on Craft of Writing, non - Fiction, Very Tight Place, novella, elevation, novella, on Writing: Memoir of Craft, non - Fiction, gwendys Button Box, novella, Dreamcatcher, novel, Black House, novel, everythings Eventual, Story collection, from Buick 8, novel, faithful, non - Fiction, Colorado Kid, novel, Salems Lot Illustrated Edition, novel, Secretary of Dreams: Volume One, novel, cell, novel, liseys Story, novel, blaze, novel, duma Key, novel, just After Sunset, Story collection, Stephen King go to Movies, Story collection, under Dome, novel, Secretary of Dreams: Volume 2, novel, full Dark, No Stars, Story collection, 11 / 22 / 63, novel, GUNS, non - Fiction, joyland, novel, doctor Sleep, novel, mr. Mercedes, novel, revival, novel, finders Keepers, novel, joyland illustrate Edition, novel, Bazaar of Bad Dreams, Story collection, blockade Billy, novella, UR, novella, end of Watch, novel, charlie Choo - Choo, childrens book, sleeping Beauties, novel, Outsider, novel, Institute, novel, if It bleed, Story collection,

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