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    The Spire is a 1964 novel by English author William Golding. "A dark and powerful portrait of one man's will", it deals with the construction of a 404-foot-high spire loosely based on Salisbury Cathedral, [2] the vision of the fictional Dean Jocelin.

  2. 3.50. 3,583 ratings366 reviews. Dean Jocelin has a vision: that God has chosen him to erect a great spire on his cathedral. His mason anxiously advises against it, for the old cathedral was built without foundations.

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  4. Set in medieval England, The Spire tells the story of one man’s vision – the construction of an enormous spire onto a cathedral without foundations. Believing himself to be chosen by God, Jocelin, Dean of the Cathedral, insists that the spire must rise higher and higher, despite the singing pillars and the creeping ground.

  5. by William Golding Start Free Trial Summary PDF Cite Share The hero of William Golding’s The Spire, Jocelin, is the dean of a large cathedral and designer of a monumental spire which is to be...

  6. 16 de set. de 2011 · The novel is about the second, highly imperfect miracle, the erection of the spire – and the cost, which is financial, physical and spiritual. And it is about creative realisation, bringing the...

  7. 11 de nov. de 2002 · The plot is a metaphor. The protagonist tries to build a spire on a church that has no foundation and in doing this he loses his mind. The spire is considered a reach or like touching the heavens and all the churches resources go into building something that isn’t going to work. The church stops worship services because of the ...