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Free Fall

William Golding

Free Fall by William Golding – now with an introduction by John Gray – is a tale of war, incarceration and free will, from the winner of the Nobel Prize for literature and author of Lord of the Flies.

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£8.99
Format
Paperback
ISBN
9780571298518
Date Published
04.04.2013
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Summary

Sammy Mountjoy, artist, rises from poverty and an obscure birth to see his pictures hung in the Tate Gallery. Swept into World War Two, he is taken as a prisoner-of-war, threatened with torture, then locked in a cell of total darkness to wait. He emerges from his cell transfigured from his ordeal, and begins to realise what man can be and what he has gradually made of himself through his own choices. But did those accumulated choices also begin to deprive him of his free will.

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William Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential writers of modern times. Lord of the Flies, his first novel, has been read by millions, translated into more than forty-five languages, and adapted for screen and stage drama. He drew on his own experience as a teacher and his service in the…

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