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she wasn't some monster, she was just a girl || carrie inspo

Discussion in 'Development' started by Carrie White, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

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  2. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

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  3. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

    Posts:
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    Gender:
    Female
    Race:
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    Age:
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    Alignment:
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  4. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

    Posts:
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    Gender:
    Female
    Race:
    Telekinetic Human
    Age:
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    Alignment:
    Chaotic Neutral
  5. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

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    Female
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    Book Excerpts

    ""You're BLEEDING!" Sue yelled furiously. "You're bleeding, you big dumb pudding pop!" In oblivion, Carrie looked down at herself and there, indeed, was a single streak of blood slowly running down her leg. She shrieked as she backed away in disbelief, and shrieked again. The cry nearly echoed in the humid and steamy locker room. And then suddenly, as if out of nowhere a tampon struck her in the chest, right between her exposed bosom, and fell with a plop at her feet. A red flower stained the absorbent cotton and spread. Then the laughter, and exaggerated, sarcastic sounds that expressed disgust came. Something as innocent and natural as a period, now seemed to rise and bloom into something hateful and ugly. And next the girls were bombarding her with tampons and sanitary napkins some from purses, some from lockers, and some from the broken dispenser on the wall. They flew at her as if it was a twisted game of dodge ball, and a cruel chant instantly arose: "Plug it up! Plug it up! Plug it up!""

    ―Carrie
     
  6. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

    Posts:
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    Gender:
    Female
    Race:
    Telekinetic Human
    Age:
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    Headcanons/background information

    • Carrie is very good at drawing, as she's made and repaired her own clothes for years, so she's used to sketching outfits.
    • She's actually very perceptive and smart, for example, she's able to learn about telekinesis and start to practice it by herself, in a world and era where only few knew about it.
    • As mentioned in the book, Carrie was born with telekinesis; as an infant, she was able to levitate her baby bottle with her mind. As a three year old, Carrie brought a hail of stones down on the White House, after her mother threatened her with a knife for talking to a neighbour who was wearing a bikini about her breasts.
    • Also from the book: her great-grandmother, Sadie Cochran, was also telekinetic, dying of heart failure in her sixties, the same reason Carrie died. In the reports that came out after her death in the book, it reveals telekinesis emerges every third generation in her family.
     
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  7. Carrie White

    Carrie White Stephen King’s Carrie
    someday, someone will know her name

    Posts:
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    Gender:
    Female
    Race:
    Telekinetic Human
    Age:
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    They’ve forgotten her, you know. They’ve made her into some kind of a symbol and forgotten that she was a human being, as real as you reading this, with hopes and dreams and blah, blah, blah. Useless to tell you that now, I suppose. Nothing can change her back now from something made out of newsprint into a person. But she was, and she hurt. More than any of us probably knew, she hurt.

    ―Stephen King, Carrie

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