Stephen King

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Owen Phillips Character Analysis

King borrows the name of his middle son, Owen Philip, in an anecdote about “an unfortunate boy” who laughs when “Belch” Huggins is struck by a baseball. Belch walks over to Owen and kicks him so hard that the boy goes home with a hole in the seat of his pants.
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Chapter 11: Walking Tours
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...rather slow. One day, when a ball hits him on the head, a kid named Owen Phillips laughs at the bonking sound it makes. “Belch” walks over to Phillips and kicks his... (full context)