Poems (poetry by Golding)

Poems (poetry by Golding)

"Poems" was the first work by British novelist William Golding (better known for "Lord of the Flies", among other novels). Released in 1934, a full 20 years before "Lord of the Flies" (his second major work and first novel), he later derided it, but critics in retrospect called it "not bad." Fact|date=November 2007

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