London's Stanley Kubrick Archive has the copy of The Shining that Kubrick used and made notes in, before and during the filiming of the film.
Stanley Kubrick’s personal copy of Stephen King’s novel, The Shining. This well-worn book, now housed in the Stanley Kubrick Archive in London, is filled with Kubrick’s notes and comments. Many passages are highlighted, and Kubrick has filled the margins with hand-written notes that run the gamut from notating passages that inspire him, to crossing out sections he found silly.
The images are pretty cool.
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