GOLDING, William. Darkness Visible. Faber and Faber. 1979.
8vo. Original burgundy cloth, with dust jacket illustration 'The Rainmaker' by Russell Drysdale. Pp. 265. Pages very lightly yellowed, otherwise fine in fine, unclipped dust-jacket.
Exploring the themes of Good and Evil in a modern context. The title comes from the line in Milton's Paradise Lost : "No light, but rather darkness visible"
First edition. Signed by the author on previous owner's bookplate to front paste-down.