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How does The Hunger Games compare to other classic stories of children fighting children?

Summary: As we watch “Mockingjay”, the 3rd movie in the Hunger Games series, let’s compare Suzanne Collins’ books to the other classics of children fighting children — … 1,008 more words

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Chapter 39: "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding

” ‘It’s a shell!  I seen one like that before.  A conch he called it.  He used to blow it and then his mum would come.   801 more words


The Princess Bride by William Goldman

While I’m in Amsterdam having a computer free writing holiday, here’s a book review for you. Thankfully the hostel has wifi because I forgot to post something before I left. 99 more words

The Spire by William Golding

The Spire is the third Golding novel I’ve read. Lord of the Flies, which I’ve read multiple times, I’d rank in about the top 20 of works of fiction I’ve read in my life. 1,025 more words


Lord of the Flies (English 11)

What would it be like to be stranded on a tropical island? A little bit of paradise?

Let’s find out what happens in the Lord of the Flies (link to pdf) 13 more words

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Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Author William Golding’s classic ‘attempt to trace the defects of human society back to the defects of human nature,’ is as beautifully written as it is barbaric and grim. 514 more words

The Boy With Fair Hair Lowered Himself

Lord of the Flies by William Golding. This edition published by Faber and Faber in 1989. Cover illustration by Paul Hogarth.

I left this book at Charing Cross Station yesterday morning.

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