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Paul Kingsnorth: 'We imagine how it feels to be a character, why can't we imagine how the land feels?'
The first is William Golding, in his 1956 novel Pincher Martin. The eponymous sailor, blown into the sea when his boat is torpedoed during the second world war, washes up on the only land for miles around: a great, jagged, black rock, which juts above ...
Happiness is a huge gun: Cold War thrillers and the modern nuclear deterrent
Even though their plots ensure that apocalypse is averted, Cold War thrillers thus made their own contribution to forcing us to imagine the unimaginable, as did more mainstream post-apocalyptic novels such as William Golding's Lord of the Flies (1954 ...
Karma Brown: 'A first draft is like a first date'
The Globe and Mail
For me, it's that scene in William Golding's Lord Of The Flies where Roger pushes a boulder at Piggy, who then ends up falling to his death. It has stayed with me since I read it in Grade 10 English. The description of Piggy's death fall, his body ...