The Guardian: Literature can do power struggles too

With the recent upheaval in Britain’s political landscape, John Dugdale’s article in the Guardian examines literature which features ‘political skulduggery’. Lord of the Flies is one of Dugdale’s picks, and he argues that Golding’s novel is ‘perhaps the closest equivalent in modern fiction to the Johnson-Gove shenanigans’.

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