History Literature / ElevenTwentyTwoSixtyThree

27th Jan '17 1:05:38 PM creader
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* TheFifties: Technically straddles the 50's and 60's, but Central Texas isn't exactly known for being on the forefront of social trends.



* TheFifties: Technically straddles the 50's and 60's, but Central Texas isn't exactly known for being on the forefront of social trends.
27th Jan '17 1:04:41 PM creader
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* [[spoiler: BadFuture / CrapsackWorld]]: The result of Kennedy being saved.

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* [[spoiler: BadFuture / CrapsackWorld]]: The BadFuture: [[spoiler:The result of Kennedy being saved.]]



* [[spoiler:BittersweetEnding]]: [[spoiler: Jake finds out that not only did stopping the Kennedy assassination make a world '''far''' worse, it will eventually destroy the fabric of time. Jake is able to undo this easily, but sadly he can't ever meet Sadie again. Thankfully, she turns out to still be alive in modern days, albeit wounded by her crazy ex. Ultimately, the only thing he changed was that he aged the years he spent in the past.]]

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* [[spoiler:BittersweetEnding]]: BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Jake finds out that not only did stopping the Kennedy assassination make a world '''far''' worse, it will eventually destroy the fabric of time. Jake is able to undo this easily, but sadly he can't ever meet Sadie again. Thankfully, she turns out to still be alive in modern days, albeit wounded by her crazy ex. Ultimately, the only thing he changed was that he aged the years he spent in the past.]]


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* {{Flanderization}}: In ''IT'', Mr. Keane is a civilized man with just a bit of a nasty edge to him, exemplified by him telling Eddie the truth about his supposed asthma but at the same time seeming to enjoy the distress this causes Eddie a little too much. In his appearance in this book, he's an all-out JerkAss. The same can be said to have happened to the city of Derry as a whole, with the subtle wrongness from ''IT'' having turned a great deal more overt.
** This could be accounted for by the POV characters in ''IT'' being Derry residents, thus used to the place. It wouldn't seem as bad to someone who's lived there for a decade as it does to an adult experiencing it for the first time.
2nd Jan '17 5:41:49 AM BoukenDutch
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* CuttingTheElectronicLeash: In the tv-adaption, Jake is seen throwing his cell phone in a pond once he gets to the past and begins to adjust to his life there.
4th Dec '16 11:38:58 PM Xtifr
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'''''11/22/63''''' is a HistoricalFiction novel written by Creator/StephenKing and published in 2011.

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'''''11/22/63''''' ''11/22/63'' is a HistoricalFiction novel written by Creator/StephenKing and published in 2011.
11th Oct '16 7:19:26 PM thebreak
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* RaceLift: Ms. Mimi is African American in the series.
10th Sep '16 2:23:16 PM HandsofaDream
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* RevolversAreJustBetter: When in Derry, Jake makes use of a .38 revolver. He becomes fond of it and purchases a second one when he moves to Dallas. [[spoiler: Ultimately averted, as the limited effective range on the .38 results in Jake missing Oswald and Oswald having a chance to retaliate and kill Sadie]]

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* RevolversAreJustBetter: When in Derry, Jake makes use of a .38 revolver. He becomes fond of it and purchases a second one when he moves to Dallas. [[spoiler: Ultimately averted, as the limited effective range on the .38 results in Jake missing Oswald and Oswald having a chance to retaliate and kill Sadie]]Sadie.]]
10th Sep '16 2:23:04 PM HandsofaDream
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* RevolversAreJustBetter: When in Derry, Jake makes use of a .38 revolver. He becomes fond of it and purchases a second one when he moves to Dallas.

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* RevolversAreJustBetter: When in Derry, Jake makes use of a .38 revolver. He becomes fond of it and purchases a second one when he moves to Dallas. [[spoiler: Ultimately averted, as the limited effective range on the .38 results in Jake missing Oswald and Oswald having a chance to retaliate and kill Sadie]]
27th Aug '16 2:09:32 AM HighCrate
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* OutsideContextProblem: Jake is this to the FBI, Oswald, and several other characters, and the Yellow Card Man is this to Jake.

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* %%* OutsideContextProblem: Jake is this to the FBI, Oswald, and several other characters, and the Yellow Card Man is this to Jake.
26th Aug '16 11:24:13 PM TheBookWasBetter
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* OutsideContextProblem: Jake is this to the FBI, Oswald, and several other characters, and the Yellow Card Man is this to Jake.
24th Aug '16 2:21:09 PM Tidal_Wave_17
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* {{Irony}}: While in the past, someone mentions that having Kennedy for president will lead to the end of the world, with people living in pollution and open sores on their bodies. [[spoiler: This is exactly what happens after Jake saves Kennedy and travels back to the future to see how things have changed.]]
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