Book Review: The BFG By Roald Dahl

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Book Review: The BFG by Roald Dahl

I. Introduction
“You can write anything for children as long as you’ve got humor” says by Roald Dahl, the author of The BFG which especially written for the children. Roald’s other works related to the children are most compost of naughty and humorous conversation.
The BFG is one of Roald’s famous work that have been made a movie. It is about the two different world, the Giants and the humans. The book indicates different culture, values and beliefs between the Giants and humans. BFG stands for Big Friendly Giant and Sophie are the two main characters that shows their friendship and understanding one’s differences.
II. Summary
Big friendly giant also known as a dream-blower giant for that he blows dreams or what he called ‘ringbeller’ (the complete opposite of a nightmare) to the children every night with the use of his huge trumpets. According to the elders during witching hours when every child and every grown up was in a deep sleep all the dark things came out from hiding and had the world to themselves. One night while at his job, a little girl name Sophie from an orphanage so him. Since BFG has two big ears he can hear Sophie’s heart beats so fast and because of fear that Sophie might broadcast what she saw, BFG grabbed her and brought to the Giant country.
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Sophie and BFG become friends. BFG trusts Sophie and that he told her about his secrets. Every Giant has a different role. BFG collects dream using a dream-catcher made up of 30ft long pole with a net on the end of it to put it on a bottle and write a label on it accord on what is the dream about. Unlike the other nine Giants who always went a different country every night to eat humans which they called human bean. Sophie found it very horrible and

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