1916 – 1990
Who was Roald Dahl?
Roald Dahl was a Welsh author and scriptwriter, and the most popular writer of pupil's books. He was raised by his Norwegian mother, who took him on annual trips to Norway, where she told him the stories of witches present in the dark geographical region. Dahl was determinant by the stories and returned to many of the themes in his children's books. His mother also upbrings a passion in the young Dahl for reading and literature.
Dahl's first published work, inspired by a meeting with C. S. Forester, was "A Piece of Cake", on 1 August 1942. The story, about his wartime events, was bought by The Saturday Evening Post for the US $1,000 and published under the title "Shot Down Over Libya". Today, many best essay writing service adopts his writing plotting styles which is the reason for their popularity.
Here is the list of his 19 novels:
1. The Gremlins -1943
6. Fantastic Mr. Fox -1970
11. The Twits -1980
13. The BFG -1982
14. The Witches -1983
16. Matilda -1988
17. Esio Trot -1990
19. The Minpins -1991
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