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Marriage and family[ edit ] Golding married Ann Brookfieldan analytical chemist,  p on 30 September They had two children, David born and Judith born July, He also participated in the invasion of Normandy on D-Daycommanding a landing ship that fired salvoes of rockets onto the beaches, and was in action at Walcheren in which 23 out of 24 assault craft were sunk.
He died of heart failure eight years later on 19 June His body was buried in the parish churchyard of BowerchalkeWiltshire near the Hampshire and Dorset county border. On his death he left the draft of a novel, The Double Tongueset in ancient Delphiwhich was published posthumously. His book, however, was championed by Charles Monteith, a new editor at the firm.
Monteith asked for some changes to the text and the novel was published in September as Lord of the Flies. After moving in from Salisbury to nearby Bowerchalkehe met his fellow villager and walking companion James Lovelock. In he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literatureand was according to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography "an unexpected and even contentious choice".
He simply could not read even the mildest reservation and on occasion left the country when his books were published. The Inheritors shows "new people" generally identified with Homo sapiens sapienstriumphing over a gentler race generally identified with Neanderthals by deceit and violence.
His novel Pincher Martin records the thoughts of a drowning sailor. Free Fall explores the issue of free choice as a prisoner held in solitary confinement in a German POW camp during World War Two looks back over his life.
The Spire follows the building and near collapse of a huge spire onto a medieval cathedral generally assumed to be Salisbury Cathedral ; the spire symbolizing both spiritual aspiration and worldly vanity. The last of these reworks his play The Brass Butterfly. His later novels include Darkness Visiblewhich is about a terrorist group, a paedophile teacher, and a mysterious angel-like figure who survives a fire in the BlitzThe Paper Men which is about the conflict between a writer and his biographer, and a sea trilogy To the Ends of the Earthwhich includes the Rites of PassageClose Quartersand Fire Down Belowthe first book of which originally intended as a stand-alone novel won the Booker Prize.
List of works[ edit ].William Golding, the author of Lord of the Flies, tried to rape a year-old girl when he was an Oxford University undergraduate, he wrote in a recently-uncovered memoir. Sir William Gerald Golding CBE (19 September – 19 June ) was a British novelist, playwright, and poet.
Best known for his novel Lord of the Flies, he won a Nobel Prize in Literature and was awarded the Booker Prize for fiction in for his novel Rites of Passage, the first book in what became his sea trilogy, To the Ends of the Earth.
Lord of the Flies: Biography: William Golding, Free Study Guides and book notes including comprehensive chapter analysis, complete summary analysis, author biography information, character profiles, theme analysis, metaphor analysis, and top ten quotes on classic literature.
William Gerald Golding is considered one of the most distinguished twentieth century British novelists. His first novel, Lord of the Flies, has not only been canonized by school curricula but also.
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Stephen King wrote an introduction for a new edition of Lord of the Flies () to mark the centenary of William Golding's birth in The novel Garden Lakes by Jaime Clarke is an homage to Lord of the Flies.  Music. The final song on U2's debut album Boy () takes its title, "Shadows and Tall Trees", from Chapter 7 in the book.
William Golding Biography ; William Golding. Golding's reputation rests primarily upon his first novel, Lord of the Flies ( This view of Golding was cemented in , when the author was named a Commander of the British Empire.
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