Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Review

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Review
Roald Dahl was a famous writer during his times. He had all his stories inspired by some incidents in his childhood. He had a childish type of sprit which was locked within him till his death. This childish Sprit made him write wonderful stories for children such as BFG (published on 14 October 1982), Matilda (published on 21 April 1988), Charlie and Chocolate Factory (published in1964), Danny the Champion of the World (published on 30 October 1975) this list can keep going on and on without stopping. This author started first writing for children from the year 1940. Later on he started writing adult friction by the year 1945. He had an amazing way to write stories for children and adults. For adults he actually writes mostly as a third person, so as to get a bird's eye view of the situation. However, Dahl mostly concentrates on one single view, so as to bring about the twist in the next part of the story. Writing as a third person enables him to describe the physical appearances of the characters and give specific details about them. This particular character is normally exaggerated so as to allow the reader to become biased towards him/her. Here he makes use of this biasness to make a twist out of it. Some of the adjectives used are mainly to describe the sense of touch so as bring about the emotional state of the character. This usage of describing physical appearance so as to show the exact emotional of the character at the state of mind is often attention grabbing as it allows the reader to imagine, instead of telling them what happens directly. For children he has a creative and humorous style when it comes to writing children's books such as James and the giant peach or The Twits. With lots of sound words, interesting adjectives and humorous poems, it makes his books an interesting and enjoyable experience for young readers. He uses specific names...
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