Journal 10 - Journal 10 By chapter 45 of Stephen King's The...

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Journal 10 By chapter 45 of Stephen King’s The Stand the supernatural element of the story becomes clearer. The story begins to suggest an impending struggle between good and evil. At the beginning of he book the dreams people had about the dark man and the small house in the middle of a field seemed like a metaphor. Having never read a Stephen King before, the supernatural element took me by surprise. Initially thinking that the survivors of the superflu were random it became known that they were chosen for a reason including the ones who were evil, every single one of them had a purpose. The meeting of Nick and his group with Mother Abagail is almost symbolic how they dine and enjoy themselves preparing themselves for the arduous journey they had ahead of them. They were meant to be the “good” side, yet to be joined by Larry Underwood and the others who also represented good. The “imp of Satan” as described by Mother Abigail can be deduced to be Randalph Flagg who represents all evil rounding up the dregs of society
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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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Journal 10 - Journal 10 By chapter 45 of Stephen King's The...

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