Essay On William Golding's Life

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William Golding was born on September 19, 1911 from Newquay, Cornwall. In the year 1930 Golding attended to Oxford University as an undergraduate, where he spent his time reading Natural Sciences for two years because his father was a science master of Marlborough Grammar School, and then he transfer to English Literature. Afterward he joined the Royal Navy in 1940 and spent the six months in helping Lord Cherwell at the Naval Research Establishment, and was brie ...view middle of the document...

After the war he returned to this teaching, and started to write again. His first novel “Lord of the Flies” was published with great success, because of his success, he was able to resign his teaching at Bishop Wordworth School in 1961 and around at the age of 44. William spent his academic year as a writer in Hollins College near Roanoke, Virginia. 1965 he received the Honorary Designation Commander of the British Empire or also known as CBE. 1970 Golding was a candidate for the Chancellorship for the University of Kent in Canterbury, however lost to Jo Grinmond. Golding Won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in 1979, the Booker Prize in 1980 when he wrote the trilogy for Rites of Passage. He wrote over 19 pieces of Literature, which later he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1983, and following couple of years he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1988. William Golding died from heart failure on June 19, 1993 and was buried in the village Churchyard at Bowerchalke, Wiltshire in England. He left the world with his last novel, The Double Tongue, however it was incomplete draft and also published.Bibliographykirjasto.sci.fi/wgolding.htmwww.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/William-Goldinghttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Golding

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