This book’s author is William Golding and it published in 1954.
William Golding was born in England at September 19, 1911.
Golding Essay Prize 2008
Do adequate safeguards exist to ensure that IP law, and changes to IP law, preserve and enhance free market competition?
Golding Essay Prize 2007
Should there be a tort of 'unfair competition' in English law?
Tom Alkin of 11 South Square won the Golding Essay Prize 2007. His essay can be downloaded below and was published in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
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Golding Essay Prize 2009
Copyright has been described as an “insanely inefficient property system”. In the digital age, is abolishing copyright the solution or should we just abolish the insanely inefficient part?
Katherine Lim, an LPC Student at the College of Law, won the Golding Essay Prize 2009. Her essay can be downloaded below.
William Golding: The Nobel Prize in Literature 1983
This book became hugely successful, and in 1983 Golding was awarded for it a Nobel Prize in Literature ("William Golding - Prize Presentation" par.1)....
William Golding - Author - Biography
Fortunately for Golding and future readers, his new editor Charles Monteith helped him to make some changes to the text and publish the book in September 1954 as Lord of the Flies (“William Golding” par.7).
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After they stole Piggy’s glasses to use as a spark for the fire and it roars into the air, one of the boys says: “You got your small fire alright” (Golding 44).
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In the tale of Lord of the Flies by William Golding, in attempt to escape from their boarding school during WWII, numerous British schoolboys end up stranded on an island after the catastrophe of a plane crash.