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Ting reunites with Bucoy in 'Coro de los Diablos'

After their successful collaboration in a 2014 stage production–‘Bonifacio and The Freakshow’ which utilized rap in dialogues and pop culture songs as musical numbers rendered through a live 60+ piece string ensemble of University of the Philippines-Los Baños (UPLB) Harmonya, held at the Dioscorro Umali Hall— 579 more words

Arts

Lord of the Flies

“Lord of the Flies” by William Golding
(First publication: 1954 / This edition: Faber and Faber, William Golding Centenary 2011)
Taken during brunch and coffee at Dean & Deluca…
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Classics

The Most Resourceful Book

Just as Foster talks about in Chapter 7 and I touched on in the previous blog post, so many writers tap into the Bible’s vast resources and use it for stories, names, titles, and quotations in their literature. 485 more words

PREVIEW: Lord of the Flies, UK Tour

Having been hugely popular as part of the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre season (to which it returns briefly before this UK tour), this production of William Golding’s classic book is getting ready to open at New Victoria Theatre in Woking as part of a brand new UK tour. 262 more words

Theatre

Recurring Reading Reflections: April to July 2015

Featuring Marquez, Christie, Wilder, Lovelace, Golding, and Kerr! 930 more words

Books

Lord of the Flies Review

“Maybe there’s a beast… Maybe it’s only us.” – William Golding, Lord of the Flies
2/5⭐️ Read #94this year.
I really didn’t like this novel. I understood all the themes and underlying messages in it, however the writing I felt was dull. 69 more words

Book Review

Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Pre-reading impression:
Boys + island – adults = cannibalism

Post-reading impression:
British Boys + pig infested island – adults and their rules = wait … Was no one eaten? 445 more words

Book Reviews