willam goldingen

Timeline created by king josue
  • birthday

    birthday
    september 19 1911
  • teacher

    teacher
    he came a teacher in 1935
  • navy

    navy
    he stop teaching for a while and join the navy in 1940
  • second time teaching

    second time teaching
    he started back teaching in 1945 after world war ii
  • wrote a novel

    wrote a novel
    In 1954, after 21 rejections, Golding published his first and most acclaimed novel
  • retired from teaching

    retired from teaching
    in 1963, the year after Golding retired from teaching,
  • another novel

    another novel
    Golding’s writing career were Rites of Passage (winner of the 1980 Booker McConnell Prize)
  • Nobel Prize

    Nobel Prize
    Golding was awarded the 1983 Nobel Prize for Literature
  • honored by queen Elizabeth II

    honored by queen Elizabeth II
    n 1988 he was knighted by England’s Queen Elizabeth II.
  • film work in his honor

    film work in his honor
    In 1990 a new film version of the Lord of the Flies was released, bringing the book to the attention of a new generation of readers.
  • sick

    sick
    in 1992 he had gotten very sick
  • death

    death
    On June 19, 1993, Golding died of a heart attack in Perranarworthal, Cornwall