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Roald Dahls Boy a book report written in a english test in Norway I read Boy by Roald Dahl It was first published in 1984 and includes different stories and experiences from the author Roald Dahls childhood and some of them gave him inspiration to write books When he went to Repton he got a free box of chocolate from a chocolate factory if he would grade the different bites If it had not been for this we never would have heard about Charlie and the chocolate factory The book is divided into four parts The first part is called starting-point and it tells about Roald Dahls parents How they met and how they ended up in Great Britain Both of his parents were Norwegian but Roald Dahl was born in Llandaff Wales They got four children together before Roalds father died of pneumonia only a month after his daughter Sofie Roalds mother was a brave woman and stayed in Great Britain so the children could enter English schools Because her husband had said that English schools were the best in the world and that every child of him should go to one Roald Dahl went to three different schools from the age of 7 to 20 His first school years were spent at Llandaff Cathedral School One day the Headmaster caned Roald and his best friends for putting a dead mouse in one of the candy cans of a nasty woman who worked in a sweetshop Sofie did not like this so she took Roald out from that school and sent him to a boarding school He came to St Peters where every boy had a tuck-box which contained his treasures and food from home If a boy did something wrong the headmaster would cane him but this time no parent would know They were forced to write a letter home every week but a teacher was always looking over their shoulders
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