Definition of Dahl, Roald in English:

Dahl, Roald

Line breaks: Roald Dahl
Pronunciation: /dɑːl
 
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( 1916–90), British writer, of Norwegian descent. His fiction and drama, such as the short-story collection Tales of the Unexpected (1979), typically include macabre plots and unexpected outcomes. Notable works for children: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964), The BFG (1982).

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