Short Story Quitters Inc by Stephen King Themes and Style Analysis Paper

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Quitters Inc. by Stephen King- Review
Stephen King’s Quitters Inc. is a short narrative narrates the story of a young
man, Dick who is struggling with drug addiction, specifically smoking. Cognizant of the
repercussion of this habit, dick purposes of getting help on how he can eliminate this norm from
his life. His aim for consulting and seeking further advice from one of his closest friends Jim and
other allies who purposes to help him achieve his goal of fight against smoking. Even though the
main character meets his aim of eliminating tobacco from his life, King draws various events that
unfold to depict, characterizations, the styles and themes as used in the narrative. This article
aims at reviewing King's Quitting based on multiple literature tools, the themes among others.

King’s Quitters Inc. is majorly driven by the issue of drug addiction. The narrative shows
the plight of addiction. Smoking is the major topic of discussion both from the begging of the
story, at the and on the topic senten...

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