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Lord of the Flies by William Golding
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Apr 02, 08


Goldng is one of the best, if not the best British author. He was in center of the intellectual ferment of the late ninteenth/early 20th centuries. The sad part about this novel is that schoolmarms keep insisting that this wouldn't or couldn't happen. Golding used as a premis, the fact that the creatures were cogniznat.

His whole career as an author consisted or dry treatises and stunning flights from the scientific knowledge to a personalized novel. Mr. DeBarger, you, with your talents, might want to examine something that combines DNA with heredity. DNA gives you a foil.

Thank you again for your help and love with Emily.

Pat Griffin


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