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  1. UR by Stephen King, 2010-02-16
  2. Under the Dome: A Novel by Stephen King, 2010-07-06
  3. It by Stephen King, 1987-08-07
  4. Blockade Billy by Stephen King, 2010-05-25
  5. On Writing: 10th Anniversary Edition: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King, 2010-07-06
  6. The Long Walk by Stephen King, 1999-04-01
  7. Just After Sunset: Stories by Stephen King, 2009-09-22
  8. The Stand: Expanded Edition: For the First Time Complete and Uncut (Signet) by Stephen King, 1991-05-07
  9. The Colorado Kid (Hard Case Crime #13) by Stephen King, 2005-10-04
  10. Misery by Stephen King, 1998-01-01
  11. Roadwork by Stephen King, 1999-06-01
  12. Duma Key: A Novel by Stephen King, 2008-10-21
  13. Night Shift by Stephen King, 1993-10-01
  14. Stephen King's N. by Marc Guggenheim, 2010-10-20

1. Answers.com - How Did King Stephen Die
Liber Eliensis 371, ed. E.O. Blake Camden Society, 3rd ser., xcii, 1962) writes that he died of dysentery. The symptoms, stomach disorders, may have been cramps but a
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2. King Stephen Biography, Pictures, Videos, Relationships - FamousWhy
King Stephen was born in Blois and he was a famous royalty from England of Roman Catholic religion
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3. Stephen King, Horror And Fantasy Writer
Stephen King 1947 Novels. King, Stephen, Carrie, Signet, New York, 1974. ISBN 0-451-15744-3 Cinema Carrie, 1976. Salem's Lot, Signet, New York, 1975.
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Stephen King
Novels King, Stephen,
Carrie, Signet, New York, 1974. ISBN: 0-451-15744-3 Cinema: Carrie,
Signet, New York, 1975. ISBN: 0-451-16808-9 TV:
The Shining, Signet, New York, 1977. ISBN: 0-451-16091-6
Rage, 1977. (as Richard Bachman)
The Stand, Signet, New York, 1978. ISBN: 0-451-16953-0
The Dead Zone, 1979. Cinema: The Dead Zone, 1983. TV: The Dead Zone,
The Long Walk,
1979. (as Richard Bachman)
Firestarter, Signet, New York, 1980. ISBN: 0-451-16780-5
Roadwork, 1981. (as Richard Bachman)
Cujo, Signet, New York, 1981. ISBN: 0-451-16135-1 The Dark Tower Series The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, New American Library, New York, 1982. ISBN: 0-452-26134-1 The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three, Signet, New York, 1987. ISBN: 0-451-16352-4 The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands, Plume, New York, 1991. ISBN: 0-452-26740-4 The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass, The Dark Tower V:, The Dark Tower VI:, The Dark Tower VII:, The Running Man, Signet, New York, 1982. (as Richard Bachman) ISBN: 0-451-15122-4 Cinema: The Running Man Christine, 1983. Cinema:

4. Bookworm's Lair - Stephen King
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5. Stephen King - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Stephen King; Stephen King, February 2007 Born Stephen Edwin King September 21, 1947 (194709-21) (age 63) Portland, Maine, United States Pen name Richard Bachman, John Swithen
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other people named Stephen King, see Stephen King (disambiguation) This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page Stephen King
Stephen King, February 2007 Born Stephen Edwin King
September 21, 1947
Portland, Maine
, United States Pen name Richard Bachman , John Swithen Occupation Novelist, short story writer screenwriter columnist , actor, television producer film director Genres Horror fantasy science fiction drama ... dark fantasy Spouse(s) Tabitha King Children Naomi King
Joe King

Owen King
Influences Burton Hatlen Bram Stoker Shirley Jackson H.P. Lovecraft ... Alexandre Dumas, père Influenced J.J. Abrams Damon Lindelof Andre Vianco Scott Sigler Signature stephenking.com Stephen Edwin King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author of contemporary horror suspense science fiction and fantasy fiction . His books have sold more than 500 million copies and have been made into many movies. He is known for novels such as Carrie The Shining The Stand It ... Misery , and the seven-novel series The Dark Tower , which King wrote over a period of 27 years. As of 2010, King has written and published 49 novels, including seven under the

6. Stephen, King Of England - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Reign of King Stephen, 2000; Davis, R H C. Ralph Henry Carless Davis King Stephen, 11351154, 1967, University of California Press Norgate, Kate (1898).
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Stephen, King of England
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Stephen of England Jump to: navigation search "Stephen of Blois" redirects here. For his father the Crusader, see Stephen II, Count of Blois Stephen of Blois King of the English (1st Reign; more... Reign 22 December 1135 – April 1141 (5 Years) Coronation 26 December 1135 Predecessor Henry I Successor Matilda King of the English (2nd Reign; more... Reign November 1141 – 25 October 1154 Predecessor Matilda Successor Henry II Consort Matilda of Boulogne Issue Eustace IV, Count of Boulogne
William I, Count of Boulogne

Marie I, Countess of Boulogne
House ... House of Blois Father Stephen II, Count of Blois Mother Adela of Normandy Born c. 1096
Blois
, France Died
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Kent Burial Faversham Abbey , Kent Stephen (c. 1096 – 25 October 1154), often referred to as Stephen of Blois French Étienne de Blois , Medieval French: Estienne de Blois ), was a grandson of William the Conqueror . He was King of England from 1135 to his death, and also the Count of Boulogne jure uxoris . His reign was marked by civil war with his cousin and rival the Empress Matilda and general chaos, known as

7. King Stephen
King StephenKing Stephen was born in 1096 at Blois in France. He was the son of Stephen, Count of Blois and Adela, daughter of William the Conqueror. He was one of ten
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8. Bogrummet.dk
Bibliografi og anmeldelse af forfatterens b ger.
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9. Stephen King - Wikipedia, Den Frie Encyklopædi
Biografi og bibliografi.
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10. Welcome To StephenKing.com
Official Website for author Stephen King. Halloween Message from Stephen Posted on October 25th, 2010 21505 pm Science Fiction Fantasy writer Neil Gaiman put a great idea up on
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ComicBookMovie.com has reported that NBC Universal has set the release date for the first Dark Tower film. Opening May 17th 2013, the first film will be released just in time for the summer movie season. DT Movie and TV News Tracker
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11. King, Stephen: AuthorSheets, Reference Services, Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh
King, Stephen. Angell, Roger. The Tak of the Town. In New Yorker, Vol. 72, No. 29, pg 78 +. Criticism Desperation Ansen, David. The Roaches Did It.
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Stephen was the grandson of William the Conqueror and about half-dozen years older than his cousin and rival for the throne, Matilda (daughter of Henry I). After his father's death in 1102, Stephen was raised by his uncle, Henry I. Henry was genuinely fond of Stephen, and granted his nephew estates on both sides of the English Channel. By 1130, Stephen was the richest man in England and Normandy.
Stephen's reign was one of the darkest chapters in English history. He was basically a good man - well respected by the barons and closely tied to the church - but possessed a conciliatory character and limited scope of kingship. Stephen had promised to recognize his cousin Matilda as lawful heir, but like many of the English/Norman nobles, was unwilling to yield the crown to a woman. He received recognition as king by the papacy through the machinations of his brother Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, and gathered support from the barons. Matilda was in Anjou at the time of Henry's death and Stephen, in a rare exhibition of resolve, crossed the Channel and was crowned king by the citizens of London on December 22, 1135.
Stephen died less than a year later in 1154. 1066 and All That offers a humorous but accurate account of the civil war: ". . .Stephen and Matilda (or Maud) spent the reign escaping from each other over the snow in nightgowns. . ." The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle addressed both the virtues of the man, and the nature of the era: "In the days of this King there was nothing but strife, evil, and robbery, for quickly the great men who were traitors rose against him. When the traitors saw that Stephen was a good-humoured, kindly, and easy-going man who inflicted no punishment, then they committed all manner of horrible crimes . . . And so it lasted for nineteen years while Stephen was King, till the land was all undone and darkened with such deeds, and men said openly that Christ and his angels slept."

14. Starz – The Pillars Of The Earth - Character - King Stephen
King Stephen, played by Tony Curran, character description for The Pillars of the Earth, the Starz Original Series.
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15. Le Bazaar De Stephen King
Biographie, bibliographie, filmographie, analyse des livres.
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16. King, Stephen - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About King, Stephen
King, Stephen (Edwin) (1947– ) US writer of bestselling horror novels with small-town or rural settings. Many of his works have been filmed, including Carrie (1974), The Shining
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17. Budapest Pocket Guide - King Stephen I
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(Saint and Founder of the Hungarian State) Stephen the first Hungarian King and founder of the Hungarian state was born in Esztergom in around 975, the son of Prince Gza and Sarolta. He became a prince in 997 and was crowned King in 1001. His wife was the Bavarian princess Gizella. She bore Stephen five children (Imre, Ott, Bernt, gota and Hedvig). Stephen ruled for 41 years and died on August 15th 1038. He was buried in Szkesfehrvr. His pagan name was Vajk (a word of Turkish origin meaning "hero") and his Christian name Stephen ("Istvn" in Hungarian) was taken from the name of the martyr and protector of the church of Passau. An important role in Stephen's upbringing was played by the German priests who were, invited to come to Hungary by Prince Gza. Little is known with certainty about the future King's youth. In 995 accompanied by a magnificent retinue Stephen travelled to Bavaria and married Gizella, the daughter of Henry Prince of Bavaria.

18. Stephen King's Web Site - Stephen King Web Site
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19. Stephen King Book Reviews
The Writings of Stephen King. Welcome to the redesign of our Stephen King Book Review 20052010 www.king-stephen.com
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Welcome to the redesign of our Stephen King Book Review site. Check out our many Stephen King book reviews! Here is a list of the works of Stephen King. We will be reviewing them all here. Carrie Novel Apr-1974 Salem's Lot Novel Dec-1974 Rage Bachman Novel Dec-1976 The Shining Novel Dec-1976 Battleground Short Story Dec-1977 The Boogeyman Short Story Dec-1977 Childred of the Corn Short Story Dec-1977 Graveyard Shift Short Story Dec-1977 Grey Matter Short Story Dec-1977 I Am the Doorway Short Story Dec-1977 I know What You Need Short Story Dec-1977 Jerusalem's Lot Short Story Dec-1977 The Last Rung on the Latter Short Story Dec-1977 The Lawnmower Man Short Story Dec-1977 The Ledge Short Story Dec-1977 The Man Who Loved Flowers Short Story Dec-1977 The Mangler Short Story Dec-1977 Night Shift Short Collection Dec-1977 Night Surf Short Story Dec-1977 One for the Road Short Story Dec-1977 Quitter's Inc. Short Story Dec-1977 Sometimes They Come Back Short Story Dec-1977 Stawberry Spring Short Story Dec-1977 Trucks Short Story Dec-1977 The Woman in the Room Short Story Dec-1977 Best Detective Stories of the Year Anthology Dec-1978 The Long Walk Bachman Novel Dec-1978 The Dead Zone Novel Aug-1979 Danse Macabre Nonfiction Dec-1979 Dark Forces Anthology Dec-1979 Firestarter Limited Edition Dec-1979 Firestarter Novel Sep-1980 Anthology Dec-1980 Danse Macabre Limited Edition Dec-1980 Death Anthology Dec-1980 Fantasy Annual IV Anthology Dec-1980 Horrors Anthology Dec-1980 Roadwork Bachman Novel Dec-1980 Fantasy Annual II Anthology Apr-1981

20. Overture To "King Stephen". Op. 117 - Beethoven
In 1811 the managers of the New Theater at Pesth commissioned the poet Kotzebue to prepare a triology, based upon Hungarian historical subjects, suitable for the occasion of
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Overture to "King Stephen". Op. 117
Ludwig Van Beethoven
In 1811 the managers of the New Theater at Pesth commissioned the poet Kotzebue to prepare a triology, based upon Hungarian historical subjects, suitable for the occasion of its opening, and engaged Beethoven to compose the vocal and instrumental music to accompany it. Both poet and composer accepted the task. The full title of Beethoven's score is "King Stephen, Hungary's first Benefactor, a Prologue in one act by Kotzebue, Music by Ludwig van Beethoven, written for the Opening of the New Theater in Pesth, February 9, 1812."
The overture commences with four calls in the trumpets, horns, bassoons, and strings, followed by a march theme announced by the flute, accompanied by the woodwinds, horns, and strings, pizzicato. The march is interrupted by four more calls, and then is resumed, leading to the main section of the overture. A theme of a martial character begins in the woodwinds and horns. After its development, a second theme is introduced, which is the first phrase of the vocal theme in the finale of the Ninth Symphony, showing how persistently Beethoven was haunted by the ideas which finally were worked out in the Choral Symphony. The march theme then returns, and two themes of the Presto are brilliantly developed. A stirring Coda brings the overture to its close.
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