Stephen King Breaks Down Childhood, Not as Horrifying as You’d Think
It’s one thing to step back and listen to a researcher talk about the uniqueness of the adolescent brain. It’s quite another thing to attend to the insights of a horror writer on the subject of childhood. Yet, I give you Stephen King on precisely that topic. If it leaves you irked or wanting more, complement it with the words of children’s author Maurice Sendak on the oddity of life and being.
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