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Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl is the author of 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', 'James and the Giant Peach', 'Matilda', as well as several other books. Many of his books have been made into feature films.
Charlie and the chocolate factory
the theme of the landlady by roald dahl is how the story is reflected int he horror categroy and are left to the reader to think
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Witches, The BFG, The Giant  Peach, Esio Trot, Matilda, and lots of short stories,, too many to  repeat, plus poetry
A million dollars; haven't you seen the movie Office Space?
he was 74 when he died i think...... dont kill me if its wrong
Writer Roald Dahl does not have a middle name. He was born in Wales  where it is not common to give babies middle names. He was born in  1916 and died in 1990.  
Sofie Magdalen Hesselberg
He used to write books from the age of 7 but his books didn't get published until he was around 30
He knew he had a tallent writing and enjoyed doing it.
he does not hate cats, he got eaten by one when he was little and the cat swolowed him whole. that's why he doesnt like them but he also likes them because their insides smell nice.
Roald Dahl had four sisters. Their names were Astri, Alfhild, Else and Asta. Roald's oldest sister was Astri. Roald Dahl was the only boy in a family of girls (after his father died).
He had five: Olivia, Tessa, Theo, Ophelia and Lucy. (In the movie "Matilda", Miss Honey's toy is referred to as "Lucy Doll" in honor of Roald's daughter.)
he would go to his backyard to think for a new book to write on but he was scared to be never writing another book again
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) Charlie & the Chocolate Factory (2005) (Johnny Depp) Matilda (1996) James & the Giant Peach (1996) The Witches (1990) The BFG (1989) Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) (Gene Wilder) Roald Dahl also wrote original scripts for the following movies: ...
The character from Revolting Rhymes that whips a pistol from her knickers is Little Red Riding Hood from Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf.
He did'nt like shool but he loved litracy and writing stories
The author's childhood experiences, the death of his sister and his father, and his unhappy years in boarding school influenced his work as did his vivid imagination. Dahl's books might be called modern fairy tales. Like Grimm's fairy tales, they are sometimes violent or grotesque and have often...
According to wikipedia.com, he died 23 November 1990 (aged 74).
Yes. Roald Dahl was a man.
Roald Dahl went to Repton,Derby.
Roald Dahl had four sisters. Their names were Astri Dahl, Alfhild  Dahl, Else Dahl, as well as Asta Dahl.
Roal Dahl's first daughter was Olivia, who died of measles encephalitis at age seven.
Roald Dahl was born and raised in Wales, so English, but his parents were Norwegian, so he spoke Norwegian at home.
Probably Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, though the BFG and James and the Giant Peach are pretty well known too.
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A red ribbon in her hair
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It was James and the Giant Peach published in1961.
The fact that the headmaster of his school could so savagely cane young boysand at the same time, in his capacity as vicar, preached of the Lamb of God,mercy and forgiveness was completely incomprehensible to young Roald.It made him wonder whether the servants of God preached one thingwhile...
There was some controversy over this because he had made some anti-sementic remarks over the Isareli invasion of Lebennon. However, he went back and corrected what he said and apoloized for the remarks and said that it was taken the wrong way.   Roald Dahl told a reporter in 1983, "There's a...
I don't know of any. There are movies, though. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, The Witches, Mathilda. I know I'm leaving some out...darnit.
His great niece, granddaughter of his sister Else
Roald Dahl joined the British army in 1939. He was about 23 years old .
humuor is why roald dahl books that appeal to children
Charley and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach,Witches are some.
According to Roald Dahl's book The BFG, it stands for Big Friendly Giant.
Roald Dahl did have a talent. His talent was making childrens best selling novels. Also who ever change this before he was NOT a gangster.
Roald Dahl did NOT write with his left hand, he was right handed, and hardly drew with his left hand.
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Roald Dahl was shot down in a plane in WW II and when he went to America a writer asked him to give him facts about what it was like so that he could write a newspaper article about it. Roald Dahl did, and the writer mailed back and said that he had only asked for the facts, but Roald Dahl had...
The climax of the story is that the evil giants are locked up and can't eat children anymore and that Sofie not longer a orphan-girl is.
yes he loved to write stories wen he was 7 years of age
no Roald Dahl does not have a nickname
Roald Dahl was the only boy out of his siblings, he had 3 older sisters.
Roald Dahl's most sold book is James and The Giant Peach.
To the best of my knowledge, Roald Dahl's The Gremlins was published in 1943.
The main bestsellers of Roald Dahl are Charlie in the Chocolate Factory, Boy, and Matilda.
threeEnglish, Norwegian, and Swahili
yes Roald Dahl spoke two other languages than english which is norweigian an swedish
Yes it is because she is the main character of the movie and the book.
roald dahl gets his idias from his life
a blue dress and white shoes with a hairband or ribben
Roald Dahl did not have step-siblings he had half-siblings. Their names were Ellen and Louis.
his first book was Gremilins
A young French girl named Marie
Sofie (Hesselberg) Dahl
more famous than George Washington and that's the truth or is it???
A peach (the book is called James and the Giant Peach).
Answer:The Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
she wears a blue dress,white socks and hairband or ribbon preferably red
a blue dress, white socks black shoes and a hairband or ribbon
East africa and then Greece.
he had 9 altogethershell oil company in east africa
Some of Roald Dahl's ideas comes from his adventures he had. For example he wrote the book "Boy" about his adventures and family. "Charlie and the chocolate factory" was based when he was in school. The cadbury's chocolate factory sometimes gave each student chocolate for them to test it. He imaged...
I believe that quogwinkles are Roald Dahl's way of describing the  beings that communicate with humans on a daily basis from the  cosmos. Some call them angels, other aliens, but quogwinkles were  very real to the BFG and felt that human beans were stupid for not  realising they exist.
In his autobiography Boy , Roald Dahl says that he believes that he got his ideas for books from his childhood. Of course, a lot more thought goes into writing a book, but this is how he started - getting ideas from his past.
Roald Dahl wrote a book about himself in his childhood named BOY.
Olivia Dahl died of appendicitis at age seven.
Yes. As a child, Roald loved a good adventure. Being the only boy in the immediate family, he always demanded attention and was very mischievous.
He likes playing with his books.
In his adult years, Roald Dahl reached six feet and six inches tall.