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William Golding

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Libraries recognize freedom to read

Calaveras Enterprise
... Color Purple,” by Alice Walker; “Ulysses,” by James Joyce; “Beloved,” by Toni Morrison; “The Lord of the Flies,” by William Golding; “1984,” by George Orwell; “Lolita,” by Vladmir Nabokov; “Of Mice and Men,” by John Steinbeck; “Catch-22,” by Joseph ...


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BookLovers: Eowyn Ivey's latest returns to explore the beauty of raw ...

SouthCoastToday.com
One day last winter, I came upon a deer, frozen in the snow. Her belly's coat was still chestnut and glossy. Her stiff snout stuck up at an angle through the crust of ...

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8 Books You Should Have Read in School and Their Business Lessons

Business.com
... themselves. Yes, probably a lot of chaos, but it would also create the perfect scenario to grow up and mature. The conflict in this book reveals the deepest side of human nature and it is the plot of "Lord of the Flies", the first novel written by ...

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Guest columnist; On truth, libel and freedom of the press

Asheville Citizen-Times
The Living Bible by William C Bower was burned in Gastonia, N.C. in 1986. · William Golding's Lord Of The Flies was challenged by Owen High School in Buncombe County in 1981. These are among dozens of books banned around the U.S. because some ...

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