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The BFG was written in 1982 by Roald Dahl. Dahl was a well-known author at this point, having already published popular books such as Fantastic Mr. Fox, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Danny, the Champion of the World. These books...
The Great Gatsby, published in 1925, is widely considered to be F. Scott Fitzergerald's greatest novel. It is also considered a seminal work on the fallibility of the American dream. It focuses on a young man, Jay Gatsby, who, after falling in...
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Eric offered to marry Eva, but she refused based upon the fact that he did not love her. He then gave her a bit of money, unfortunately, he'd stolen the money from his father's business..... uh oh.
This shows that although Eric didn't love Eva, he...
The play is structured into three separate acts. Each of the first two acts concludes with a cliff hanger.... or suspenseful moment. The third act concludes the same way, but the suspense is never resolved.
Inspector Goole's last name intimates there might be something supernatural about him.
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