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William Golding
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Nobel Prize winning English writer known for moral allegories demonstrating the shortcomings of human nature, and best remembered for his novel, Lord of the Flies (1911-1993)
  • And this had caused another memory to resurface: finishing William Golding's Lord of the Flies at the age of twelve on a hot summer day, going to the refrigerator for a cold glass of lemonade .... and then suddenly changing direction and speeding up from an amble to an all-out bolt which had ended in the bathroom.
    Part 3 — Paul (21% in)

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