Lord of the Flies manuscript on display
The original manuscript for William Golding’s Lord Of The Flies has gone on display at the Bodleian Library in Oxford to commemorate 100 years since the writer’s birth, reports the BBC. The novel was famously rejected by 10 publishers before Faber and Faber snapped it up. The Bodleian is always worth a visit as it is one of the world’s great libraries, so if you are in Oxford….
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