Looking Anew at 'Lord of the Flies' Alan Cheuse reviews William Golding's Lord of the Flies, 50 years after its first publication. Cheuse says this harrowing tale of a group of schoolboys stranded on a remote tropical island still holds up today.
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Looking Anew at 'Lord of the Flies'

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Looking Anew at 'Lord of the Flies'

Looking Anew at 'Lord of the Flies'

Looking Anew at 'Lord of the Flies'

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Alan Cheuse reviews William Golding's Lord of the Flies, 50 years after its first publication. Cheuse says this harrowing tale of a group of schoolboys stranded on a remote tropical island still holds up today.