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    1. What is the name of the author? Find out at least 3 facts about him and his life. The name of the author behind “Charlie and the chocolate factory” is Roald Dahl, he was born the 13th of September in 1916, and he died the 23rd of November in 1990. His parents were norwegian, but he was born in Wales. Roald are known as a norwegian-british author and his work became best-selling in the whole world. He wrote short stories, poetries, screenplays, long stories and novels. Roalds short stories are

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    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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    about Charlie Bucket and the “Golden Ticket” that makes all his dreams come true is beloved by children all over the world. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was written by Roald Dahl in 1964 and has since been adapted into two major motion pictures. In 1971, Warner Brother’s Studios developed the beloved children’s book into a musical film and named it Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This enactment was directed by Mel Stuart and stared Gene Wilder as the infamous chocolatier. Charlie Bucket

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    In Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Roald Dalh use’s the 7 deadly sins to symbolize the main characters from the 1964 book. Willy Wonka holds a contest where five kids find a golden ticket in a candy bar can come into his factory, take a tour, and win a prize at the end. The seven deadly sins represent seven of main characters. The seven deadly sins are lust, gluttony, greed, pride, anger, sloth, and envy throughout my paper you will see how each one is represented. Willy Wonka is the leading

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    between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusions, and a sense of mental fragmentation. Willy Wonka from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory illustrates schizophrenia in this particular film directed by Tim Burton. One characteristic of schizophrenia that Mr. Wonka portrays is disorganized behavior (The National Institute of Mental Health). According

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    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Analysis

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    Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” tap’s into young readers anxieties by opening their imagination to new thoughts of possible events that they might experience in the future. Dahl uses Charlie Bucket, the main character as the hero of the story, and arguably a role model for young readers, to portray the life of a poor child who is not blessed with all the things that he wants, because of his economical situation. In this critical paper, I will argue how Charlie Bucket’ character can be

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    Roald Dahl’s bestselling novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory took inspiration from Dahl’s love for candy as a young boy through his teenage years. From the young ages seven to nine, Dahl and his friends always went to a sweet shop on the corner of their street (Boy 68). Many of the whimsical inventions of the shop parallel those inventions seen in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Most notably, the Everlasting Gobstopper found in the sweet shop made a large appearance in the novel. In his autobiography

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    The book Charlie and the chocolate factory was written in 1964. The story is about a man named Willy Wonka who owns a world famous yet mysterious chocolate factory and a boy named Charlie Bucket who is a poor boy yet in the face of all the suffering he goes through he maintains the attitude of a good boy who puts others before himself. The book uses many narrative techniques such as setting, characterization, conflict and resolution and other techniques to present the themes of the book. I am Chris

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    In this commentary, I will analyse the text extract of the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory written by Roald Dahl and the translation process into the target language Italian by also taking in consideration any researches and the theories made by third parties. Firstly, to analyse the source text, the subject of the text is a story targeted to young readers between the age of 8 and 10. The terminology used by the writer are simple words without idioms or fixed expressions; the register is familiar

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    era, some more than once. A major movie remake of my generation would be Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and its remake Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. From the 1971 happy, upbeat, singing Willy Wonka, portrayed by Gene Wilder, to the 2005 crazy, gloomy, mystifying Willy Wonka, played by Johnny Depp a lot has changed. Tim Burton and Mel Stuart made Roald Dahl 's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory into a visual representation of how they saw it. The 1971 movie version of Roald Dahl’s book

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    everyone realized that his style was just unique, but in a good way. He uses this type of theme in many of his movies, such as Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Through these characters, Tim Burton displays that being different can also be a positive thing. In Charlie in the Chocolate Factory, Tim Burton shows that all the adults are uncomfortable around Willy Wonka because he isn’t what they would describe as normal. Nevertheless, by the end of the film most

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