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Thinking as a Hobby, William Golding

Thinking as a Hobby, William Golding

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Published by Steve Ruiz
On his essay, Golding presents himself as a detailed observer who appreciates diversity among people and as someone who has a great understanding when it comes to the way and the level that people think. Golding enjoys observing and analyzing people’s reactions and the way they communicate their feelings and thoughts to others. In fact, he finds doing what he does so interesting; he makes it his own “hobby.”
On his essay, Golding presents himself as a detailed observer who appreciates diversity among people and as someone who has a great understanding when it comes to the way and the level that people think. Golding enjoys observing and analyzing people’s reactions and the way they communicate their feelings and thoughts to others. In fact, he finds doing what he does so interesting; he makes it his own “hobby.”

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Published by: Steve Ruiz on Sep 12, 2013
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