It

It

by

Stephen King

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One of the kids with whom “Belch” Huggins played baseball, and a boy who occasionally joins in with Belch, Henry Bowers, and Victor Criss in bullying Mike Hanlon and members of the Losers’ Club. Unlike the other boys, he comes from one of the well-to-do families on West Broadway and is far less violent than the others. His family later sends him to Groton, a preparatory school in Massachusetts.
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Chapter 4: Ben Hanscom Takes a Fall
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...her name as “Beverly Hanscom.” As he leaves the park to go to the library, Peter Gordon yells after him. Peter and some friends are playing a baseball game and wonder if... (full context)
Chapter 13: The Apocalyptic Rockfight
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Henry Bowers, Victor Criss, “Belch” Huggins, Peter Gordon , and Steve Sadler are chasing Mike through the trainyard and toward the Barrens when... (full context)
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Mike is currently being chased by Henry Bowers, “Belch” Huggins, Victor Criss, Steve Sadler, and Peter Gordon . Henry, “Belch,” and Steve, otherwise known as “Moose,” present no problems; they are quite... (full context)
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...and lights one of his M-80 firecrackers, which he then sends over the fence. For Peter Gordon , things are going too far. Henry pressures Peter to continue over the fence with... (full context)