This set includes the book and the study guide. It is for high school students. Progeny Press study guides include background; activities; vocabulary; content questions; literary analysis and terminology questions designed to give students a good understanding of writing technique and how to use... (learn more about this book)
The Double Tongue is a novel by William Golding. It was found in draft form after his death and published posthumously.
Golding's final novel tells the story of the Pythia, the priestess of Apollo at Delphi. Arieka prophesies in the shadowy years of the 1st century BC when the Romans were... (learn more about this book)
To the Ends of the Earth, William Golding's great sea trilogy, presents the extraordinary story of a warship's troubled journey to Australia in the early 1800s. Told through the pages of Edmund Talbolt's journall--with equal measure of wit and disdain--it records the mounting tensions and growing... (learn more about this book)
This novel completes Golding's trilogy, begun with "Rites of Passage" and continued with "Close Quarters". The author won the Booker Prize for "Rites of Passage" and was awarded the Nobel prize for literature in 1983. (learn more about this book)
Following "Rites of Passage", this is second of Golding's "Sea Trilogy". Half-way to Australia in a wilderness of heat, stillness and sea mists, a ball is held on a becalmed ship. In this surreal atmosphere the passengers dance and flirt, while beneath them thickets of weed spread over the hull. (learn more about this book)
William Golding's interest in ancient Egypt has previously been expressed in two essays, and in the novella "The Scorpion God". This account covers his journey down the Nile in today's Egypt. He recalls his trip honestly and humorously, and shares his feelings about Egypt past and present. (learn more about this book)
English novelist Wilfred Barclay, who has known fame, success, and fortune, is in crisis. He faces a drinking problem slipping over the borderline into alcoholism, a dead marriage, and the incurable itch of middle age lust. But the final, unbearable irritation is American Professor of English... (learn more about this book)