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  • Marcia Fadden
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  • Marcia Fadden is a minor antagonist in Stephen King's IT. She is a very rich girl who lives in Derry, Maine, and is the girlfriend and romantic lover of Peter Gordon, who protects her and makes her feel good about herself. In turn, she also compliments him. They are in a sexual relationship, and on a date Peter insults a downtown girl named Beverly, and Marcia joins in the insult and suggests that Beverly make out with Richie. Beverly tells Marcia to piss off, and Marcia recoils in shock and terror and puts a hand to her chest. Peter protects her by slipping his arm round her naked shoulders and threatening to beat up Richie. Marcia is led off, protected, by Peter, and Beverly insults her behind her back. Marcia and Peter go into the movies.
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  • Marcia Fadden is a minor antagonist in Stephen King's IT. She is a very rich girl who lives in Derry, Maine, and is the girlfriend and romantic lover of Peter Gordon, who protects her and makes her feel good about herself. In turn, she also compliments him. They are in a sexual relationship, and on a date Peter insults a downtown girl named Beverly, and Marcia joins in the insult and suggests that Beverly make out with Richie. Beverly tells Marcia to piss off, and Marcia recoils in shock and terror and puts a hand to her chest. Peter protects her by slipping his arm round her naked shoulders and threatening to beat up Richie. Marcia is led off, protected, by Peter, and Beverly insults her behind her back. Marcia and Peter go into the movies. After the movies, Peter meets Henry Bowers and his gang, and Marcia tells them she was bullied by the "Losers." Henry and Peter vow to protect her and corner Richie and his friends and almost beat them up in revenge for how they insulted Marcia. The attempt fails when Richie and his friends evade the gang and run for it. Marcia comforts Peter when he bolts from the rockfight later in the tale. They both then make love on a river, and it is assumed they were eaten.