Golding


Golding

Golding [gohl-ding] Examples noun

  1. Louis,1895–1958, English novelist and essayist.
  2. William Gerald,1911–1993, British novelist: Nobel Prize 1983.

Examples from the Web for golding Contemporary Examples of golding

  • They could not—the final decision was made half an hour before the announcement—and Golding won for Rites of Passage.

    The 12 Biggest Booker Prize Controversies

    Thomas Flynn

    July 23, 2013

  • Golding had a particular “inner bewilderment” about Darkness Visible.

    The Best of Brit Lit

    Peter Stothard

    September 23, 2009

  • Historical Examples of golding

  • Captain Golding had a small canoe, which would support but two men.

    King Philip

    John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott

  • There is no counterpart to this opening scene in Golding’s Ovid.

    Seven Minor Epics of the English Renaissance (1596-1624)

    Dunstan Gale

  • Page 82: Double quotes at the end of the Golding quote removed.

    Early Theories of Translation

    Flora Ross Amos

  • Nearly all the doors were surrounded with carving and golding.

    Hammersmith, Fulham and Putney

    Geraldine Edith Mitton

  • Golding would naturally think that he had taken leave of his senses.

    Antony Gray,–Gardener

    Leslie Moore

  • British Dictionary definitions for golding Golding noun

    1. Sir William (Gerald). 1911–93, English novelist noted for his allegories of man’s proclivity for evil. His novels include Lord of the Flies (1954), Darkness Visible (1979), Rites of Passage (1980), Close Quarters (1987), and Fire Down Below (1989). Nobel prize for literature 1983

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