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(Movie Review) Fantastic Mr. Fox By: Roald Dahl I. Introduction Fantastic Mr. Fox is written in 1968 by famed author Roald Dahl. Roald Dahl was born on September 13, 1916. He was a British novelist, short story writer, and poet. Fantastic Mr. Fox was illustrated by Quentin Blake and it is published in 1970 by Alfred A. Knopf, George Allen and Unwin. This story is inspired by Dahl’s house in Great Missenden, a village in Buckinghamshire, Uk. It was also inspired by the tree-known locally as “The Witch’s Tree” near in the Dahl’s home. The Witch’s Tree was a large and 150 year old beech, unfortunately it is no longer standing. But Dahl imagined that tree was where Mr. Fox and his family lived in a hole beneath the tree trunk. From these, many artist were inspired like Tobias Picker, one who composed an operatic version of the Fantastic Mr. Fox , and Wes Anderson who acclaimed stop-motion film. II. Summary In a valley, there are three farmers named Boggis, Bunce , and Bean. Boggis was a …show more content…

Analysis A. Strength In the story of Fantastic Mr. Fox shown the importance of family like Mr. Fox and his family were working for their own sake to survived together. It shows also the qualities of Mr. Fox for being intelligent and called as Fantastic Mr. Fox. In this story, it used also the figurative language nad speech like using imagery to differentiate and characterize the three farmers and using irony on the part of rising action and climax where the farmers are waiting to Mr. Fox out from his hole, while the animals lived happily and safely. B. Weaknesses In the story of Fantastic Mr. Fox doesn’t incude the communication between the three farmers and their family. It doesn’t told in the story, the reason why they are called as nasty men in the first place before they knew that Mr. Fox was the one who stealing a food from their farms. At the end of the story, the farmers remain waiting Mr. Fox to show up in the hole, instead of managing their farms. IV.

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