By Stephen King
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Let the ripples end; let him forget Detweiller, if that’s what he wants. I’ve put Zenith the Common Ivy on a shelf in my janitorial-cum-mailroom cubicle—a shelf well above Kenton’s eye-level (not that he stops in much anyway, unlike Gelb with his dice fixation). I’ll keep it until it dies, and then I really will dump it down the incinerator chute. That will be the end of Detweiller fo sho. Got fifty pages done on the novel over the weekend. 40. 47 From The New York Post, page 1, March 4, 1981: INSANE GENERAL ESCAPES OAK COVE ASYLUM, KILLS THREE!!
FINALLY GOT PAST THAT BLANK-BLANK ANSWERING MACHINE THIS MORNING TO YOUR ROOMMATE WHO SAID SHE HADN’T SEEN YOU LAST TWO DAYS. SHE SOUNDED FUNNY. I HOPE ONLY STONED. CALL ME SOONEST OR I’LL BE KNOCKING ON YOUR DOOR THIS WEEKEND. LOVE YOU. JOHN March 10,1981 Dear John, I imagine—no, I know—you must be wondering why you haven’t heard from me much over the last three weeks. The reason is simple enough; I’ve been feeling guilty. And the reason I am writing now instead of calling is that I am a coward.
I bet you did. Well, I didn’t. A man doesn’t forget the thief who rejected his book after stealing all of the good parts. And how you tried to discredit me. I wonder how you will look with your penis in your ear. Ha-ha. ” Major General Anthony R. S. Roses are red. Violets are blue. I am coming to castrate. A Designated Jew. H. ) 59 MAILGRAM FROM MR. JOHN KENTON TO RUTH TANAKA MS. RUTH TANAKA 10411 CRESCENT BOULEVARD LOS ANGELES, CA 90024 MARCH 10, 1981 DEAR RUTH THIS IS PROBABLY PRIMO STUPIDO BUT PARANOIA BEGETS PARANOIA AND I STILL CAN’T RAISE YOU.
The Plant (Parts 1 to 5) by Stephen King