Genre: Roald Dahl

CHLOE ZOU

Please feel free to read the below reviews IF you have already read Factory, Fox, Witches, and Danny. If you have not read these, please read them! Dahl is required reading for all MWLS students! Chloe’s Roald Dahl Collection Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator: Being old and close minded, the group of grandparents (not Grandpa Read more…

JASON QIN

Roald Dahl’s Use of The Extreme By Jason Qin Roald Dahl liked to use realism and surrealism as techniques to help deliver the story. Dahl uses realism to create empathy in his children’s books and unrealistic ideas in his adult short stories to keep his audience thinking. One example of this are the scenes of Charlie Read more…

JASON QIN

Roald Dahl’s double edged sword: forged out of pure fiction and realism by Jason Qin Roald Dahl liked to use realism and surrealism as techniques to help deliver the story. Dahl is known to use realism to create empathy in his children’s books and unrealistic ideas in his adult short stories to keep his audience Read more…

NATASHA NG

DahlLIFECAREERANDSURVIVALFinal2016   Click on above link to download   Natasha says: The best part of making this awesome and inspiring ppt/keynote was that process of LEARNING and HISTORY and all the other amazing features you could learn about one’s journey and struggle through life. I really enjoyed Roald Dahl, and he is now (and always was) Read more…

OLIVIA SHEN

Roald Dahl’s imagination often pits cunning children against bitter and repulsive adults. This continuing theme may be so important in his work based on Dahl’s experiences in boarding school, when his English masters beat him, and upperclassmen were mean and territorial. But in The BFG, the beaten character, the BFG, seems to be similar to Dahl himself; because the BFG spends all of his time giving pleasure to children and saving them, we learn something about who Dahl really is.