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Yet for many years now, as he’s ranged from horror to broader subjects, King’s cultural stock has risen far above his genre peers. Few contemporary writers have challenged the somewhat arbitrary division between literary and so-called genre fiction so much as Stephen King, whose status provokes word wars like this recent debate at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
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