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William Golding was born on 19 September 1911 in Cornwall, England. He was educated at Marlborough College Oxford. On leaving he worked in the theatre both writing and acting. He served with distinction in the Navy during World War II. He is of course best known for his seminal work Lord of the Flies, a modern classic which remains as relevant today as it was when first published. He also won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1983, in 1980 Rites of Passage won the Booker Prize. The author passed away in 1993
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Title Publisher Date Notes
Poems Macmillan 1934 booklet
Lord of the Flies Faber 1954 Red cloth white lettering
The Inheritors Faber 1955  
Pincher Martin Faber 1955  
Sometime Never Eyre 1956 with John Wyndham & Mervyn Peake
The Brass Butterfly Faber 1958  
Free Fall Faber 1959  
The Ladder and the Tree Marlborough 1961 Pamphlet
The Spire Faber 1964  
The Hot Gates Faber 1965  
The Pyramid Faber 1967  
The Scorpion God Faber 1971  
Darkness Visible Faber 1979  
Rites of Passage Faber 1980  
A Moving Target Faber 1982  
Nobel Lecture 6th Chamber 1983 Limited edition
The Paper Men Faber 1984  
An Egyptian Journal Faber 1985  
Close Quarters Faber 1987  
Fire Down Below Faber 1989  
Double Tongue Faber 1995  

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