The Shining

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  98. ^ See Chapter 55, That Which Was Forgotten.
  99. ^ King discusses this in an interview he gave at the time of the TV remake of The Shining in the New York Daily News"The Shining By the Book". 
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  102. ^ Johnson essay 2006, p. 58.
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  107. ^ Rasmussen, 233-4. See also novelChapter 16, Danny.
  108. ^ Tony's real identity is revealed in Chapter 54.
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  112. ^ Jack's disdain for Ullman is the main subject of Chapter 1 of the novel, setting up Jack's authority issues.
  113. ^ p. 74 of Stanley Kubrick and the Art of Adaptation: Three Novels, Three Films by Greg Jenkins, published by McFarland, 1997
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