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Rites of Passage by William Golding #Bookerprize

The year is 1815. Like thousands of other young men looking to start a new life, Edmund Talbot boards a ship destined for a British colony. 914 more words

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Fear and Power

William Golding’s masterpiece, Lord of the Flies, is a complicated novel that requires careful critical analysis to understand the intricate themes. It is challenging for advanced readers, let alone for a ten-year-old—my age when I first attempted the classic. 1,187 more words

Required Reading - The Rants: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

(A/N: I had this written before I saw Rebekah’s blog post. XD Looks this is going to be just a continuation of why she’ll never read this book.) 654 more words

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Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Genre: Classics
Page #: 182
Publisher: Penguin
Published in: 1999

Official Synopsis

When a plane crashes on a remote island, a small group of schoolboys are the sole survivors. 216 more words

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Do authors' opinions on their own books even matter?

Recently I saw a series of images entitled “Harry Potter characters in real life” (or something like that). Anyways, the images detailed how the characters would act if they lived in the 21st century like regular people, magic-less. 829 more words


We reread 'Lord of the Flies,' and it's way more sinister than you remember

From mashable.com – This week on the ‘MashReads Podcast,’ we read and discuss William Golding’s classic, ‘Lord of the Flies.’

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Character Development

Hey Lovelies!

We’re going to do a brief overview of character development today and I think I’m going to devote the months of July and August on creating amazing, dynamic characters that your readers will fall in love with. 1,748 more words