Cujo's name was based on the alias of Willie Wolfe, one of the men responsible for orchestrating Patty Hearst's kidnapping and indoctrination into the Symbionese Liberation Army.Stephen King discusses Cujo in On Writing, referring to it as a novel he "barely remembers writing at all". The book was written during a period when King was on a cocaine binge. King goes on to say that he likes the book and that he wishes he could remember enjoying the good parts as he put them down on the page.
According to King, the novel was partly inspired by his trip to a mechanic during "the spring of 1977." In a 2006 interview with The Paris Review, King describes how issues with his motorcycle led him to visit an auto shop on the northern outskirts of Bridgton, Maine.He claims that his motorcycle died when he arrived at the shop, and moments after, a Saint Bernard emerged from the garage, growling at him and eventually lunging for his hand.Although the mechanic stopped the dog from harming King by hitting the dog's hindquarters with a wrench, King was still startled by the encounter. This incident, as well as a story published in a Portland, Maine, newspaper about a young child who was killed by a Saint Bernard, provided inspiration for the novel.King also owned a dysfunctional Ford Pinto at the time, which is the same car model that the novel's protagonist, Donna Trenton, drives to the auto garage where she encounters the rabid Cujo.
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