Essay on road rage

In an article on the ominous writings of Virginia Tech shooter Seung-Hui Cho for Entertainment Weekly , King said: "Certainly in this sensitized day and age, my own college writing—including a short story called ' Cain Rose Up ' and the novel Rage —would have raised red flags, and I'm certain someone would have tabbed me as mentally ill because of them..." [10] After the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting , he elaborated in a non-fiction essay, titled " Guns " (2013), [11] on why he let Rage go out of print. King's website states: "All profits from 'Guns' will benefit the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence." [12]

Essay on road rage

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