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Pincher Martin by William Golding, faber, 1956



Title: Pincher Martin
Author: William Golding
Publisher: faber
Publication Date: 1956
Format: soft cover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear with the ex-library. Some damage to the front cover and spines.

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Reader's note

This delightful edition of William Golding is a perfect addition to any library. ‘Mr. William Golding’s imagination works brilliantly just within the limits of fantastic nightmare… Martin’s struggles in the water, with which the story opens, his slow climb up the rock to a sort of plateau on the top, the confused mediations in which his rational mind strives to reduce the horror of his rational mind strives to reduce the horror of his position to tolerable terms: of all this Mr. Golding writes with a remarkably sustained imaginative intensity.’ This vintage book is one among a bounty of stunning classic literature vintage books and obscure gems in our second hand bookstore!