Matilda by Roald Dahl

“Matilda” by Roald Dahl
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A review of the novel "Matilda" by Roald Dahl, illustrating the main character, a young, highly intelligent girl "Matilda" by Roald Dahl Too smart for her own good, is a legendary saying used for people that are so smart that at the end of their life it can be dangerous for them. In the fantastic story Matilda written by Roald Dahl, the author describes a young girl's life that is affected by lack of love and affection and her being…...
“Matilda” by Roald Dahl Review
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A review of Roald Dahl's story, "Matilda", focussing on a young, highly intelligent girl "Matilda" by Roald Dahl Too smart for her own good, is a legendary saying used for people that are so smart that at the end of their life it can be dangerous for them. In the fantastic story Matilda written by Roald Dahl, the author describes a young girl's life that is affected by lack of love and affection and her being too intelligent for her…...
Stories From Roald Dahl
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The story is about an old lady, Mrs. Foster, who doesn't like to be late. Her husband teases her by always being a little bit too late, just to make her suffer. One day, she is going to Paris to see her daughter and her family, but she has to wait for her husband to be done, because he is driving with her, to be dropped off at a club. When he finally out in the car with her, he…...
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Setting of “The Landlady” by Roald Dahl
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From Billy Weaver’s perspective from outside the boarding house) One of the main settings in the short story, “The Landlady”, was the boarding house’s parlour inspected from outside of the building. The setting first took place when I traveled down the wide street of Bath heading to the hotel, Bell and Dragon. There were no shops on this broad street. In the darkened evening, I caught a sight of a notice propped up against the glass on one of the…...
“The Landlady” by Roald Dahl
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'The Landlady' is a short story about a young lad called Billy travelling to Bath on a business trip. He arrives in Bath in the evening and looks for accommodation. Bath was an unfamiliar place to Billy so he was unsure of the area. Billy was guided by a porter who recommended the 'Bell and Dragon' because it was close by, but Billy never went. Although the landlady offered cheap prices and cosy surroundings, she changes her attitude towards Billy…...
“The Way Up to Heaven” by Roald Dahl
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The short story that I chose to be the subject of my literature analysis is “The Way Up to Heaven”,written by the famous author named Roald Dahl. In my opinion,Roald Dahl wanted to convey that marriage was supposedly being built by having tolerance and understanding as its base.Its the other other way round when it comes to the Foster’s in the short story.This short story was simply about Mr. Foster who loved to make her wife,Mrs.Foster suffering by delaying time…...
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