Ú The Collective Å Download by ☆ Stephen King This Collection Is A Work In Progress As Items Are Discovered, They Will Be Added All Items In This Book Are Short Stories, Poems, And Other Items Published By Stephen King, But Not Found In Any Book Released By His Publishing Company At This Point In Time The Purpose Of This Book Is To Have One Archive For All Of The Material This PDF File Was Created For Educational, Scholarly, And INternet Archival Use ONLY
AN EVENING AT GODS 4 An Evening at Gods is a one minute play that King wrote for a benefit evening The manuscript was auctioned on 23 April 1990 at the American Repertory Theater s Institute for Advanced Theater Training Very short and VERY funny BEFORE THE PLAY 4 Overall Before the Play is the prologue cut from The Shining in the editing process.
It is a collection of five stories, loosely connected by the Overlook Hotel Four are set at the Hotel and the remaining one during Jack Torrance s childhood King also wrote After the Play but that merged into the closing sections of the novel during the editing process.
Scene 1 The Third Floor of a Resort Hotel Fallen Upon Hard Times 5 This scene deals with the construction of the Overlook Hotel and it s Grand Opening in 1909.
I can t find anything readily online that describes what each of these stories are about If you re like me and you like to read a brief synopsis before reading, I m here for you.
First off, this collection of odds and ends is very poorly edited Secondly, I ll try not to give too much away about each story since no one likes spoilers.
So, on with the showAn Evening at God s described as a one minit play , this is about God destroying the Earth for fun as he sits around drinking beer.
Before the Play Abandoned prologue to The Shining Air Compressor from Hell Dark Man poemDonovan s Brain poemFor the Birds pun jokeThe Hardcase Speaks a poetic, surreal storyHarrison St Park 68 poemIn a Half World of Terror A gravedigger gets a job with a mad scientist the protagonist meets a lady with a connection to his new found place of employm Hard to rate this I don t think it d have much appeal to me if it wasn t by king and I didn t love king That being said, it s really fun to read the literary youthful indiscretions here, seeing the swirl of the same mistakes all young writers make as they learn with his own natural talents instincts.