ROALD DAHL

  • BIRTH

    Roald Dahl was born in Llandaff in a UK city and died at Oxford as well as another English city in 1990, but he was of Norwegian descent.
  • PROBLEMS IN HIS LIFE

    When Roald was three years old, his sister Astrid died of appendicitis and a few weeks later his father, Harald, a victim of pneumonia, died at the age of fifty-seven. .
  • SOLUTIONS AND CITY CHANGE

    Despite her widowness, her mother preferred to support the family in Wales rather than return to Norway to live with her relatives, to fulfill her husband's desire for her children to be educated in British schools.
  • HIS LIFE AND HIS JOB

    he was a novelist, storyteller, poet and screenwriter
  • HIS MOST IMPORTANT WORKS

    The most knonw works are:
    -Charlie and the chocolate factory,
    - Matilda,
    - The Gremlins ,and many more.
  • THE GREMLINS

    This work it was Dahl's first children's book and was written for Disney as an advertisement for an animated feature film that was never made. With Dahl's help, a number of gremlins characters were developed, however, as pre-production began on the film. he was abandoned,
  • CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

    This work was created when Dahl was in Cadbury, an English city, a chocolate factory would occasionally send boxes of his new products to school to be tested by students. Dahl used to dream of inventing a new chocolate bar that will impress everyone, which served as inspiration to write his second book
  • MATILDA

    His work was created by Dahl in 1988, it was such an important work and known worldwide, that a film was made about this work
  • DIED

    . The cause of his death was due to leukemia.