Stephen King

(1947- )

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ALEGRE, Sara Martin. “Idolos del fantastico popular: el gotico cotidiano de Stephen King y la satira pseudohistorica de Terry Pratchett.” Lo Fantastico literatura y subversion: Quimera. Revista de literatura 218-219 (2002): 87-99. [Idols of the Popular Fantastic: The Wellmade Goth-ic of Stephen King and the Pseudo-Historical Satire of Ter-ry Pratchett].
ANDERSON, James. “Morality in the Horror Fiction of Stephen King.” Studies in Weird Fiction 22 (1998: 29-33).
ANDERSON, Linda. “‘OH DEAR JESUS, IT IS FE-MALE’: Monster as Mother/Mother as Monster in Stephen King’s It” (pp. 111-25). In Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, eds. Theresa Thompson and Kathleen Margaret Lant. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
BEAHM, George W. The Stephen King Companion. Kansas City, MO: Andrews and McMeel, 1989. [GGII: 1109].
BEAHM, George W. Stephen King: America ’s Best Loved Bogeyman. Kansas City, MO : Andrews and McMeel, 1999.
BERNARD, Maxime M. “The Religious Significance of Names in the Horror Fiction of Stephen King.” Connecticut Onomastic Review 3 91990): 16-19. [GGII: 1110].
BLEILER, Richard. “Stephen King.” Supernatural Fiction Writers. Eds. E.F. Bleiler. New York: Charles Scribner's, 1985, II: 1037-1044. [GGII: 1111].
BLOCH, Robert. “Monsters in Our Midst.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New york: New American Library, 1986. 23-27. [GGII: 1112].
BLOOM, Harold. Stephen King. Philadelphia : Chelsea House, 1998.
BLUE, Tyson. The Unseen King. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1989. [GGII: 1113].
BOSKY, Bernadette. “Stephen King and Peter Straub: Fear and Friendship.” In Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 55-82. [GGII: 1114].
BOSKY, Bernadette. “The Mind’s a Monkey: Character and Psychology in Stephen King’s Recent Fiction.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: New American Library, 1986. 209-238. [GGII: 1115].
BRANDENBERGER, Mary Ann. “Analysis of the Fear Factor in Stephen King’s ‘The Man Who Loved Flo-wers.’” NIEKAS 45: Essays on Dark Fantasy. Center Harbor, NH: Niekas Publications, 1998: 18-19, 32.
BREQUE, Jean-Daniel. “Stephen King: l’horreur moderne.” Europe: Revue Littéraire Mensuelle 707 (March 1988): 97-104. [GGII: 1116].
BROWN, Stephen P. “The Life and Death of Richard Bachman: Stephen King’s Doppelgänger.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: New American Library, 1986. 109-126. [GGII: 1117].
BROWNE, Ray and Gary HOPPENSTAND. The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscape of Nightmares. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State UP, 1988. [GGII: 1118].
BRUHM, Steven. “On Stephen King’s Phallus: Or, The Postmodern Gothic.” Narrative 4:1 (1996): 55-73. The American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative, eds. R.K. Martin and Eric Savoy. Iowa City: University Iowa Press, 1998. 75-96.
BRUHM, Steven. “Picture This: Stephen King’s Queer Gothic.” A Companion to the Gothic, ed. David Punter. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. 269-80.
BURNS, Gail E. and Melinda KANNER. “Women, Danger, and Death: The Perversion of the Female Principle in Stephen King’s Fiction.” Sexual Politics and Popular Culture, ed. Diane Raymond. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1990. 158-72.
CAMPBELL, Ramsey. “Welcome to Room 217.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: New American Library, 1986. 35-40. [GGII: 11-19].
CAPDEVILA, Isabel Santaulària. “Horror, Monstrosity and Old Age in Stephen King's Insomnia and Apt Pupil.” The Polemics of Ageing as Reflected in Literatures in English: Essays on Ageing in Literature and Interviews with Vikram Chandra, James Halperin, Doris Lessing, Zadie Smith and Terri-ann White. Ed. Maria Vidal Grau, Núria Casado Gual and Brian J. Worsfold. Lérida, Spain: Universitat de Lleida, 2004. 141-54.
CASEBEER, Edwin F. “Stephen King’s Canon: The Art of Balance.” A Dark Night’s Dreaming: Contemporary American Horror Fiction, eds. Tony Magistrale, Michael A. Morrison. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1996. 42-54.
CASSUTO, Leonard. “Repulsive Attractions: ‘The Raft,’ Vagina Dentata, and the Slasher Formula.” Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women. Eds. Theresa Thompson and Kathleen Margaret Lant. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. 61-78.
CHANDLER, Kelly. “Jumpstarting the Reader: Con-sidering the Instructional Implications of Adolescents’ Responses to Fiction by Stephen King.” Dissertation Abstracts International 59:5 (1998): 1492 (University of Maine).
CHEEVER, Leonard. “Apocalypse and the Popular Imagination: Stephen King’s The Stand.” RE: Artes Liberales 8 (1981): 1-10. [GGII: 1120].
COCKS, Geoffrey. “Death by Typewriter: Stanley Kubrick, the Holocaust, and The Shining.” Depth of Field; Stanley Kubrick, Film and the Uses of History. Ed. Geoffrey Cocks, James Diedrick and Glenn Perusek. Madison, WI: U of Wisconsin P, 2006. 185-217.
COHEN, Alan. “The Stand: Science Fiction into Fantasy.” Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 83-90. [GGII: 1121].
COHEN, Alan. “The Collapse of Family and Language in Stephen King’s The Shining.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 47-60. [GGII: 1122].
COLLINGS, Michael R. Stephen King and Richard Bachman. Mercer Island, WA: Starmnt House, 1990. 47-60. [GGII: 1124].
COLLINGS, Michael R. The Annotated Guide to Stephen King: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography of the Works of America's Premier Horror Writer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1986. [GGII: 1126].
COLLINGS, Michael R. The Films of Stephen King. Mercer Island: Starmont House, 1986. [GGII: 1127].
COLLINGS, Michael R. The Many Facets of Stephen King. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. [GGII: 1123].
COLLINGS, Michael R. The Stephen King Concordance. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont house, 1985. [GGII: 1125].
COLLINGS, Michael R. The Stephen King Phenomenon. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1987. [GGII: 1128].
COLLINGS, Michael R. and David ENGEBRETSON. The Shorter Works of Stephen King. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. [GGII: 1129].
CONNER, Jeff. Stephen King Goes to Hollywood: A Lavishly Illustrated Guide to All the Films Based on Stephen Kings’s Fiction. New york: New American Library, 1987. [GGII: 1130].
CRAWFORD, Gary W. “Stephen King’s American Gothic.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 41-45. [GGII: 1131].
D’AMMASSA, Don. “Three by Bachman.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 123-130. [GGII: 1132].
DAVIS, Jonathan P. Stephen King’s America. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1994.
DE CUIR, Andre L. “The Power of the Feminine and the Gendered Construction of Horror in Stephen King’s ‘The Reach’” (pp. 79-89). In Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, eds. Theresa Thompson and Kathleen Margaret Lant. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
DICKERSON, Mary Jane. “‘The Masked Author Strikes Again’: Writing and Dying in The Shining.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 33-46. [GGII: 1133].
DYMOND, Erica Joan. "Gothic Heirs: An Examination of Family Dynamics in the Works of Stephen King." Order No. DA3354765 Lehigh U, 2009. 
EGAN, James. “‘A Single Powerful Spectacle’: Stephen King’s Gothic Melodrama.” Extrapolation 27 (1986): 62-75. [GGII: 1136].
EGAN, James. “The Dark Tower: Stephen King’s Gothic Western.” The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscape of Nightmares. Eds. Ray Browne, Gary Hoppenstand. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green Popular UP, 1987. 101-117. [GGII: 1137].
EGAN, James. “Apocalypticism in the Fiction of Stephen King.” Extrapolation 25 (1984): 214-227. [GGII: 1135].
EGAN, James. “Sacral Parody in the Fiction of Stephen King.” Journal of Popular Culture 23 (1989): 125-141. [GGII: 1139].
EGAN, James. “Technohorror: The Dystopian Vision of Stephen King.” Extrapolation 29 (1988): 140-152. [GGII: 1138].
EGAN, James. “Antidetection: Gothic and Detective Conventions in the Fiction of Stephen King.” Clues: A Journal of Detection 5 (1984): 131-146. [GGII: 1134].
ELLER, Jackie L. “Wendy Torrance, One of King’s Women; A Typology of King’s Female Characters.” The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magstrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 11-22 .[GGII: 1140].
FERGUSON, Mary. “‘Strawberry Spring’: Stephen King’s Gothic Universe.” Footsteps 5 (April 1985): 3-8. [GGII: 1141].
FERREIRA, Patricia. “Jack’s Nightmare at the Overlook: The American Dream Inverted.” The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 23-32. [GGII: 1142].
FIEDLER, Leslie. “Fantasy as Commodity and Myth.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: new American Library, 1986. 47-52. [GGII: 1143].
FINDLEY, Mary. “Stephen King's Vintage Ghost-Cars.” Spectral America: Phantoms and the National Imagination. Ed. Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock. Madison, WI: Popular, 2004. 207-20.
FRAISSE, Philippe. “La Place du fou: L'Horreur selon Lynch, quelque part entre Lovecraft et Stephen King.” Positif: Revue Mensuelle de Cinéma 521-522 (2004): 148-52.
GALLAGHER, Bernard J. “Breaking Up Isn’t Hard to Do: Stephen King, Christopher Lasch, and Psychic Fragmentation.” Journal of American Culture 10.4 (1987): 59-67. [GGII: 1144].
GARDNER, Karin Elizabeth. “Domestic Violence Against Women within the Horror Literature of Stephen King” Master’s Thesis, California State University , Dominguez Hills.
GIBBS, Kenneth. “Stephen King and the Tradition of American Gothic.” Gothic 1 (1986): 6-14. [GGII: 1145].
GRANT, Charles L. “The Gray Arena.” Fear Itself: Horror Fiction of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. San Fransisco, CA: Underwood-Miller, 1982. 145-151. [GGII: 1146].
HALA, James. “Kubrick’s The Shining: The Specters and the Critics.” The Shining Reader. Eds. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 203-216. [GGII: 1147].
HANSEN, Tom. “Diabolical Dreaming in Stephen King's 'The Man in the Black Suit.” Midwest Quarterly: A Journal of Contemporary Thought 45.3 (2004): 290-303.
HANSON, Clare. “Stephen King: Powers of Horror.” American Horror Fiction: From Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 135-154. [GGII: 1148].
HATLEN, Burton. “Good and Evil in Stephen King’s The Shining.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 81-104. [GGII: 1149].
HELDRETH, Leonard G. “Rising Like Old Corpses: Stephen King and the Horrors of Time-Past.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 2 (1989): 5-13. [GGII: 1152].
HELDRETH, Leonard G. “The Ultimate Horror: The Dead Child in Stephen King’s Stories and Novels.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 141-152. [GGII: 1150].
HELDRETH, Leonard G. “Viewing the Body: King’s Portrait of the Artist as Survivor.” The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscape of Nightmares. Eds. Ray Browne, Gary Hoppenstand. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green Popular UP, 1987. 72-87. [GGII: 1151].
HERRON, Don. “The Good, the Bad, and the Academic.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuchk Miller. New York: New American Library, 1986. 129-157. [GGII: 11-54].
HERRON, Don. “The Biggest Horror Fan of Them All.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 26-40. [GGII: 1153].
HERRON, Don. Reign of Fear: Fiction and Film of Stephen King. Los Angeles: Underwood- Miller, 1988. [GGII: 1155].
HICKS, James E. “Stephen King’s Creation of Horror in ‘Salem’s Lot’: A Prolegomenon Towards a New Hermeneutic of the Gothic Novel.” Consumable Goods: Papers from the North East Popular Culture Association Meeting. Ed. David K. Vaughn. Orono, ME: University of Maine National Poetry Foundation, 1987. 85-93. [GGII: 1156].
HOHNE, Karen A. “In Words Not Their Own: Dangerous Women in Stephen King.” Misogyny in Literature. Ed. Katherine Anne Ackley. New York: Garland Publishing, 1992. 327-45.
HOLLAND-TOLL, Linda J. “Bakhtin’s Carnival Reversed: King’s The Shining as Dark Carnival.” Journal of Popular Culture 33 (1999): 131-46.
HOPPENSTAND, Gary, and Ray B. BROWNE. The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscape of Nightmares. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1987.
HORSTLING, Jessie. Stephen King at the Movies. New york: Signet/Starlog Press, 1986. [GGII: 1157].
HYLES, Vernon. “The Dark Side of Childhood: The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins and The Shining.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 169-178. [GGII: 1158].
INDICK, Ben P. “King as a Writer for Children.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. new York: New American Library, 1986. 189-205. [GGII: 1162].
INDICK, Ben P. “What Makes Him So Scary?” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island: Starmont House. 1985. 9-14. [GGII: 1161].
INDICK, Ben P. Stephen King as an Epic Writer.” Discovering Modern Horror. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 56-67. [GGII: 1160].
INDICK, Ben P. “King and the Literary Tradition of Horror and the Supernatural.” Fear Itself: Horror Fiction of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller, San Francisco: underwood-Miller, 1982. 153-167. [GGII: 1159]
INGEBRETSEN, Edward J. “Cotton Mather and Stephen King: Writing/Righting the Body Politic.” Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, eds. Theresa Thompson and Kathleen Margaret Lant. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. 11-30.
KARRER, Wolfgang. “Horror als buch-video: Stephen Kings Erfzahlwelten.” Unterhaltungsliteratur der achtziger und neunziger Jahre, eds. Dieter Petzold and Eberhard Spath. Erlangen, Germany: Universitatsbund Erlangen-Nurnberg, 1998. [Horror as Video-Book: Stephen King’s Narrative Worlds]. 141-59.
KENT, Brian. “Canaries in a Gilded Cage: Mental and Marital Decline in McTeague and The Shining.” The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 139-154. [GGII: 1163].
KETCHUM, Marty, Daniel J.H. LEVACK, Jeff LEVIN. “Stephen King: A Bibliography.” Fear Itself: The Horror Fiction of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. San Francisco, CA: Underwood-Miller, 1982. 231-246. [GGII: 1164].
KLAVAN, Andrew. “The Pleasure of the Subtext: Stephen King’s Id-Life Crisis.” Village Voice (March 3, 1987): 44-46. [GGII: 1165].
LANT, Kathleen M. “Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women.” Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women. Ed. Theresa Thompson. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. 3-8.
LANT, Kathleen Margaret. “The Rape of Constant Reader: Stephen King’s Construction of the Female Reader and Violation of the Female Body in Misery.” Journal of Popular Culture 30 (1997): 89-114.
LARSON, Randall D. “Cycle of the Werewolf and the Moral Tradition of Horror.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 102-108. [GGII: 1166].
LEIBER, Fritz. “Horror Hits a High.” Fear Itself: The Horror Fiction of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. San Francisco, CA: Underwood-Miller, 1982. 85-103. [GGII: 1167].
LUCAS, Bryce Christopher. “Shades of 'Schizophrenia' and the Rise of Radicalized Hyper-Materialization: A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Abnormal Minds and Translucent Bodies in the Works of Stephen King and Nathaniel Hawthorne.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 67.2 (2006): 564.
MÜLLER, Burkhardt. Stephen King: Das Wunder, das Böse, und der Tod. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1998. [Stephen King: The Wonder, the Evil, and the Death].
MADDEN, Edward. “Cars Are Girls: Sexual Power and Sexual Panic in Stephen King’s Christine.” Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, ed. Kathleen Margaret Lant and Theresa Thompson. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. 143-58.
MADIGAN, Mark J. “‘Orders from the House’: Kubrick’s The Shining and Kafka’s The Metamorphosis.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 193-201. [GGII: 1168].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Art Versus Madness in Stephen King’s Misery.” In The Celebration of the Fantastic: Selected Papers from the Tenth Anniversary International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Eds. Donald E. Morse, Marchall b. Tymn, Csilla Bertha. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1992. 271-278. [GGII: 1179].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Crumbling Castles of Sand: The Social Landscape of Stephen King’s Gothic Vision.” Journal of Popular Literature 1 (1985): 45-59. [GGII: 1170].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Hawthorne’s Woods Revisited: Stephen King’s Pet Sematary.” Nathaniel Hawthorne Journal 14 (1988): 9-13. [GGII: 1173].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Inherited Haunts: Stephen King’s Terrible Children.” Extrapolation 26 (1985): 43-49. [GGII: 1171].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Shakespeare in 58 Chapters: The Shining as Classical Tragedy.” The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 155-168. [GGII: 1176].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Stephen King’s Viet Nam Allegory: An Interpretation of ‘The Children of the Corn.’” Cuyahoga Review 2 (1984): 61-66. [GGII: 1169].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. “Stephen King.” Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide, eds. Douglass H. Thomson, Jack G. Voller, and Frederick S. Frank. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. 212-24.
MAGISTRALE, Tony. Landscape of Fear: Stephen King’s American Gothic. Introduction by Kenneth S. Wagner. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green Popular UP, 1988. [GGII: 1172].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. Stephen King: The Second Decade, Danse Macabre to the Dark Half. Twayne's United States Authors Series 599. New york: Twayne, 1992. [GGII: 1177].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. The Dark Descent: Essays Defining Stephen King’s Horrorscape. Foreword Joseph A. Citro. New york: Greenwood Press, 1992. [GGII: 1178].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. The Moral Voyages of Stephen King. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1989. [GGII: 1174].
MAGISTRALE, Tony. The Shining Reader. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. [GGII: 1175].
MCDOWELL, Michael. “The Unexpected and the Inevitable.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: New American Library, 1986. 83-95. [GGII: 1180].
MESCHLOW, Sanford Z., Darrell SCHWEITZER, Michael R. COLLINGS, Ben INDICK. “Synopses of King’s Fiction.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 165-204. [GGII: 11-81].
MILLER, Chuck. “Stephen King Goes to the Mov-ies.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: New American Library, 1986. 241-251. [GGII: 1182].
MINH, Tran Huy. “Stephen King: Le Fantastique horrifique.” Magazine Littéraire 422 (2003): no pagination.
MONTELEONE, Thomas F. “King’s Characters: The Main(e) Heat.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim underwood, Chuck Miller. New york; New American Library, 1986. 241-251. [GGII: 1183].
MORIN, Hugues, Alain BERGERON, Daniel CONRAD, Guy SIROIS, Laurine SPEHNER, and Norbert SPEHNER. Stephen King: Trente Ans de Terreur. Beauport, Quebec : Éditions Alire, 1997. [Stephen King: Thirty Years of Terror].
MURPHY, Patrick. “The Realities of Unreal Worlds: King’s The Dead Zone, Schmidt’s Kensho, Lem’s Solaris.Spectrum of the Fantastic. Ed. Donald Palumbo, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1988. 175-183. [GGII: 1184].
MUSTAZZA, Leonard. “The Red Death’s Sway: Setting and Character in Poe’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death’ and King’s The Shining.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 105-120. [GGII: 1185].
NASH, Jesse W. “Postmodern Gothic: Stephen King’s Pet Sematary.” Journal of Popular Culture 30:4 (1997): 151-60.
NOLAN, William F. “The Good Fabric: Of Night Shifts and Skeleton Crews.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New York: new American Library, 1986. 99-106. [GGII: 1186].
NOTKIN, Deborah L. “Stephen King: Horror and Humanity for Our Time.” Fear Itself: The Horror Fiction of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. San Francisco, CA: Underwood-Miller, 1982. 131-142. [GGII: 1187].
PHARR, Mary. “Vampiric Appetite in I Am Legend, ‘Salem’s Lot, and The Hunger.” The Blood Is the Life: Vampires in Literature, ed. Leonard G. Heldreth and Mary Pharr. Bowling Green, OH : Popular Press, 1999. 93-103.
PHARR, Mary. “Partner’s in the Danse: Women in Stephen King’s Fiction.” The Dark Descent: Essays Defining Stephen King’s Horrorscape, ed. Tony Magistrale. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1992. 19-32.
PRICE, Robert M. “Fundamentalists in the Fiction of Stephen King.” Studies in Weird Fiction 5 (1989): 12-14. [GGII: 1190].
PRICE, Robert M. “Stephen King and the Lovecraft Mythos.” Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont house, 1985. 109-122. [GGII: 1189].
PUNTER, David. “Problems of Recollection and Construction: Stephen King” (pp. 121-40). Modern Gothic: A Reader, eds. Victor Sage and Allan Lloyd Smith. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1996. 121-40.
REESMAN, Jeanne Campbell. “Stephen King and the Tradition of American Naturalism in The Shining.The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 121-137. [GGII: 1191].
REINO, Joseph. Stephen King: The First Decade, Carrie to Pet Sematary. Boston: Twayne/G.K. Hall; TUSAs 531, 1988. [GGII: 1192].
ROBERTS, Bette B. “Making the Case: Teaching Stephen King and Anne Rice through the Gothic Tradition.” Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions. Ed. Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller. New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 2003. 223-29.
ROGER, Stéphane. “The Shining, Stanley Kubrick: Espace, perspective et fantastique.” Cycnos 20.1 (2003): 113-22.
RUSSELL, Sharon A. Stephen King: A Critical Companion. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
RYAN, Alan. “The Marston House in ‘Salem’s Lot.Fear Itself: The Horror Fiction of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. San Francisco CA: Underwood-Miller, 1982. 169-180. [GGII: 1193].
SANDERS, Joe. “‘Monsters from the Id!’”. Stephen King’s ‘The Monkey.’” Extrapolation 41 (2000): 257-65.
SANDERS, Joe. “Closure and Power in ‘Salem’s Lot.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 10 (1999): 142-54.
SCHWEITZER, Darrell. Discovering Stephen King II. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1988. [GGII: 1195].
SCHWEITZER, Darrell. Discovering Stephen King. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. [GGII: 1194].
SCHWENGER, Peter. "Writing in the Night." Gothic Studies 11.1 (2009): 9-15. 
SCHWENGER, Peter. "Writing in the Night." Gothic Studies 11.1 (2009): 9-15. [The Dark Half].
SEARS, John.  Stephen King’s Gothic.  Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011.
SENF, Carol A. “Gerald’s Game and Dolores Claiborne: Stephen King and the Evolution of an Authentic Female Narrative Voice.” Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, ed. Theresa Thompson. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. 91-107.
SENF, Carol A. “Donna Trenton, Stephen King’s Modern American Heroine.” In Heroines of Popular Culture. Ed. Pat Browne. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1987. 91-100. [GGII: 1197].
SENF, Carol A. “Stephen King: A Modern Interpretation of the Frankenstein Myth.” Science Fiction: The Review of Speculative Literature 8.3 (1986): 65-73. [GGII: 1196].
SMITH, Greg. “The Literary Equivalent of a Big Mac and Fries?: Academics, Moralists, and the Stephen King Phenomenon.” Midwest Quarterly 5 (2002): 329-45.
SMITH, James F. “Kubrick’s or King’s––Whose Shining Is It?” The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 181-191. [GGII: 1198].
SOMTOW, S.P. “A Certain Slant of ‘I’: Stand by Stephen King.” Fantasy Review 9 (1986): 11, 16. [GGII: 1199].
SPIGNESI, Stephen J. The Shape Under the Sheet: The Complete Stephen King Encyclopedia. Bangor, ME: Philthrum Press, 1991. [GGII: 1200].
STANTON, Michael L. “Once Out of Nature: ‘The Topiary.’” The Shining Reader. Ed. Anthony Magistrale. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990. 3-10. [GGII: 1201].
STICKLER, Alissa. “The Mid(Evil) Nightmare of Yesterday and Tomorrow: Flagg as the Immortal Monster in Stephen King's The Eyes of the Dragon and The Stand.” Year's Work in Medievalism 17 (2002): 124-38.
STRENGELL, Heidi. "'The Monster Never Dies': An Analysis of the Double in Stephen King's Oeuvre." Journal of American Popular Culture 2 (2003): no pagination.
STRENGELL, Heidi. “Frankesntein's Monster: Hubris and Death in Stephen King's Oeuvre.” Postgraduate English: A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English 7 (2003): no pagination.
STRIEBER, Whitely. “Thanks to the Crypt Keeper: An Appreciation of Stephen King.” Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. Eds. Tim Underwood, Chuck Miller. New American Library, 1986. 41-45. [GGII: 1202].
STUMP, Debra. “A Matter of Choice: King’s Cujo and Malamud’s The Natural.Discovering Stephen King. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 131-140. [GGII: 1203].
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