A Book Bore in Timbuktu
I included British writer William Golding in my favorite –writer list on Goodreads , along with one of America’s best novelists Toni Morrison andE. L. 724 more words
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Title: LORD OF THE FLIES
Author: William Golding
Genre: Allegory; adventure story; castaway fiction; loss-of-innocence fiction
Date of first publication: 1954
The book is a dystopian novel and takes place on a deserted island. 220 more words
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The Looking Glass
I love English, but I genuinely thought that Lord of the Flies was just going to be another depressing high school read.
I was so wrong. 723 more words
Moline Library Adult Services
Samuel Johnson (b. September 18, 1709, Lichfield, UK ; d. December 13, 1784, London, UK)
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Reader, I blogged it...
‘Lord of the Flies’ is a GCSE classic and perhaps one of the most influential reads in instilling my passion for novels, as well as persuading me to study A Level English Literature. 1,730 more words
Lord of the Flies
by William Golding
Believe it or not, I never read this book until now, and the only reason I did finally read it is that my son is currently in his high school’s production of Lord of the Flies. 398 more words
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The thing is — fear can’t hurt you any more than a dream.
– William Golding (1911-1993)