The Great Automatic Grammatizator and Other Stories

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Penguin Books Limited, Sep 27, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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Is it really possible to invent a machine that does the job of a writer? What is it about a landlady's house that makes it so hard for her guests to leave? Does Sir Basil Turton value most his wife or one of his priceless sculptures? Here are thirteen of Roald Dahl’s most unexpected tales, offering young readers the perfect introduction to the adult writing of a storytelling genius. From the sensitivity of stories such as ‘Katina’ to the surprising creepiness of ‘Taste’, these stories are full of all the fun, excitement and wonder of Roald Dahl’s writing, offering originality, ingenuity, horror, unexpected twists and turns, a touch of the macabre – and much more besides.

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Roald Dahl, the best-loved of children's writers, was born in Wales of Norwegian parents. His books continue to be bestsellers, despite his death in 1990, and total UK sales are 55 million worldwide! Quentin Blake is one of the best-known and best-loved children's illustrators and it's impossible now to think of Roald Dahl's writings without imagining Quentin Blake's illustrations.

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