Summarize How Stephen King Uses Local Color and Imagery to Describe the Overlook Hotel.
The Shining is a novel written by the world-renowned writer Stephen King. It is a psychological horror novel filled with suspense and uncanny emotions. It is a story about a father who took up a job as a caretaker of a Hotel for its winter break. He took his family along to settle there for five months with the intention of finding peace, solitude, and scenery to inspire him to write plays. The hotel named Overlooked hotel has a history of deaths of its guests and a caretaker who surrendered to cabin fever and later on killed his family.