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This book gutted me.
The description of how much a man is willing to endure simply to stay alive is harrowing. There is the torture of a life remembered in the midst of his total isolation,his mental and physical nakedness beneath the endless sky and his never sated hunger.
And for what?
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Golding is never an easy writer and his early (greatest?) novels might be the toughest. Must be read carefully and slowly. But what a dizzying variety of topics--this, earliest humans in The ... Read full review