Journal 9 - Journal 9 "I ain't no nice guy", a phrase Larry...

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Journal 9 “I ain’t no nice guy”, a phrase Larry Underwood a character in Stephen Kings “ The Stand” uses often. Larry says this believing he can be rid of any kind of responsibility for his actions. Larry Underwood was a young singer who had recently come into some success. He was reckless and had no intention of behaving responsibly, yet he was still a nice guy, unlike what he liked to believe about himself. He was getting his act together a few days before the doomsday virus hit by putting an end to his wild partying and visiting his mother for comfort. He was starting to become sure of what he was when he realized how much he enjoyed being with his mother. When the virus hit he was returned to square one, everyone he cared about was gone and he became unsure about himself again. He might have made some questionable decisions but he still had a lot of good in him. He left Rita Blakemoor and tried to justify it by telling himself that he was not a nice guy, but that did not stop his conscience from nagging him about what he had done proving
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2009 for the course ENGL 106 taught by Professor Ceyhan during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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