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The Spire - LARGE PRINT EDITION by  William Golding - First Edition Thus - 1979 - from Christopher Baron and


by Golding, William

Condition: Very Good

Bath: Lythway Press, 1979 Hardback, 140mm x 220mm tall (5.5" x 8.5" approx.). Pp (viii), 302. Very good, in the original llustrated, laminated hardcovers.. First Edition Thus. Very Good.

Dean Jocelin is a man driven.  He has a vision that causes him to construct an immense spire above his cathedral, and refuses to stop, despite the warnings of the masons and the complaints of all around him. The Spire is about the human condition, the nature of religion, and  relationships. Explore the mind of Dean Jocelin, which is is stable as his spire.


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