This is a literary profile of the American author, Stephen King, whose books and film adaptations have attracted a world-wide audience of millions. It presents a biographical look at his life and work, a chronological narrative that recounts the story of how King became a best-selling author. His progress is charted from the early years in Durham, when he developed his Maine milieu; the college years, when he found his fictional voice; the formative years which saw the publication of "Carrie" and "Salem's Lot"; to the years of success as best-seller followed best-seller. George Beahm was the editor of "The Stephen King Companion".
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Descripción LITTLE, BROWN, 1993. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110316903663