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But a stake is only stupid wood; the mind is the mallet which drives it home.

Stephen King, It

…there were those who might have suggested that reality is a highly untrustworthy concept, something perhaps no more solid than a piece of canvas stretched over an interlacing of cables like the strands of a spiderweb.

Stephen King, It

Sometimes home is where the heart is, Eddie thought randomly. I believe that. Old Bobby Frost said home’s the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in. Unfortunately, it’s also the place where, once you’re in there, they don’t ever want to let you out.

Stephen King, It

Not all boats which sail into darkness never find the sun again, or the hand of another child; if life teaches anything at all, it teaches that there are so many happy endings that man who believes there is no God needs his rationality called into serious question.

Stephen King, It

The fears of children were simpler and usually more powerful. The fears of children could often be summoned up in a single face… and if bait were needed, why, what child did not love a clown?

Stephen King, It

God favors drunks, small children, and the cataclysmically stoned…

Stephen King, It

It was easier to be brave when you were someone else.

Stephen King, It

You could start at a path leading nowhere more fantastic than from your own front steps to the sidewalk, and from there you could go… well, anywhere at all.

Stephen King, It

Even at eleven, he had observed that things turned out right a ridiculous amount of the time.

Stephen King, It

You pay for what you get, you own what you pay for… and sooner or later whatever you own comes back home to you.

Stephen King, It

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