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Cujo is a 1981 novel by Stephen King about a rabid St. Bernard Dog[?] who becomes a threat to a trapped mother and her son. The most unusual stylistic element of the book is that it occasionally switches to the perspective of the dog, Cujo. Other than that it is a well-paced thriller with few supernatural elements. It is generally not perceived as King's best work, and at 319 pages (Hardcover Edition by Viking Press[?]) it is one of his shorter ones.

Cujo was turned into a 1983 movie directed by Lewis Teague[?]. The script was written by Don Carlos Dunaway[?] and Lauren Currier[?].



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