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New Left Review I/29, January-February 1965


William Golding

Condition of the Novel (Britain)

I shall only speak for five minutes, since I am not sufficiently clever or educated to do so for longer. This is not just modesty though it may seem like that. I should add perhaps that several times during this conference it has occurred to me that if a time-limit had been imposed on certain of the speeches, we should have had greater results.

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