It

It

by

Stephen King

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Carole Danner Character Analysis

The new librarian who sits behind the circulation desk at Derry Public Library. Ben Hanscom meets her in 1985. He describes her as a “pretty young woman.” She becomes concerned for Ben when he appears sweaty and ill, not realizing that he is having a vision of Pennywise the Clown.
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Carole Danner Character Timeline in It

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Chapter 11: Walking Tours
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The name on the plate at the circulation desk is Carole Danner . On a door behind her is Mike Hanlon’s name on a door with a... (full context)
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...looking at a book of sketches and suddenly calls out, “Nonsense!” He repeats it and Ms. Danner prompts the old man, whose name is Mr. Brockhill, to be quiet. Ben, for a... (full context)
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...since they knew that they would not be able to make bullets. At the desk, Carole Danner hands him a small orange card. Ben realizes that it is the first adult library-card... (full context)
Chapter 14: The Album
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...net of blood up and back down. Mike thinks that he could clean up, but Carole Danner probably won’t even see the mess of blood in the fridge when she comes in... (full context)
Derry: The Last Interlude
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...1985, Mike writes that Bill entered his hospital room and gave him his notebook, which Carole Danner found on one of the library tables and gave Bill when he asked for it.... (full context)