Sir William Golding's Lord Of The Flies

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1 2.0 EARLY LIFE AND WAR SERVICE 2 3.0 CAREER AND SUCCESS 3 4.0 WORLD OF FICTION 3 5.0 DEMISE OF THE LEGEND 4 6.0 CONCLUSION 5 7.0 WORKS CITED 5 1.0 INTRODUCTION Figure 1 Sir William Gerald Golding Sir William Gerald Golding CBE (19 September 1911 – 19 June 1993) was an English writer, dramatist, and artist. Best known for his novel Lord of the Flies, he won a Nobel Prize in Literature, and was additionally granted the Booker Prize for writing in 1980 for his novel Rites of Passage, the first book in what turned into his ocean set of three, To the Earth's Ends. Elizabeth II knighted Golding in 1988. He was a Royal's kindred Society of Literature. In 2008, The Times positioned Golding third on their rundown of "The 50 biggest British authors since 1945”. William Golding is one of the biggest inspirations for any rising artist and his work has reflected a lot of positivity toward the world, which earned him a Nobel Peace Prize to say the least. This report will elaborate more about his life and the reason behind choosing this great personality as an inspiration. 2.0 EARLY LIFE AND WAR SERVICE William Golding was born in…show more content…
In 1983 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, and was according to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography "an unexpected and even contentious choice". In 1988 Golding was appointed a Knight Bachelor. In September 1993, only a few months after his sudden death, the First International William Golding Conference was held in France, where Golding's presence had been promised and eagerly anticipated. His success shows that even a great writer and playwright like him went through a lot of hardships during those crucial times. The impact he made during his struggle is quite immense and it motivates the writers nowadays to challenge themselves even more and work out of their comfort zone. 4.0 WORLD OF
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