Thesis paper on "Misery" by Stephen King
In the novel, Misery, Stephen King embodies the state of possession by an evil being who happens to be the elaborated and horrifically psychotic woman, Annie Wilkes. In this story, Annie represents a mother figure, a goddess and a loyal reader of the romance novelist, Paul Sheldon. In reality, however, Annie merely represents someone who has troubles deciphering between reality and fiction. This odd obsession with not only Paul, but with the fictional character Misery, shows the mental unstableness of her.
They happen to meet only by chance. Paul gets in an accident and she happens to ta…
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