Awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature in 1983, the coveted Booker Prize in 1980, and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in 1979, William Golding’s writing continues to touch every country in the world and is today read in more than 35 languages.
He was knighted by the Queen in 1988, and his ‘you-must-have-read-this’ classic novel is a global phenomenon.
Lord Of The Flies takes place on a small island in the Pacific during the Second World War were a small group of boys have been abandoned after their plane crashes.
Initially the boys relish this new found freedom as there are no adults and decide they have to chose a leader on the island so as to keep things in order.
The other novels, all astonishingly different from each other, are classics in their own right.
The Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes, read extensively from : A Sea Trilogy.
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Lord Of The Flies was an extremely enjoyable and mind-enriching book as it covered topics of psychology that exist in every person but would never normally be seen, as a result of the lack of these elements of psychology in everyday life William Golding displays them extremely accurately in novel.
With an excellent structure and storyline it is easy to see why this book won the Nobel Prize for Literature.