Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected Quotes

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We all four of us took the game seriously, which is the only way to take it, and we played silently, intently, hardly speaking at all except to bid. (My Lady Love, My Dove)

"Such a nice man," she said. "He waved to me." (Dip in the Pool)

So you can see that I am, in every sense of the words, a contented commuter. (Galloping Foxley)

It wasn't more than a few weeks later that a picture by Soutine, of a woman's head, painted in an unusual manner, nicely framed and heavily varnished, turned up for sale in Buenos Aires. (Skin)

I'm dining with that crashing old bore Lionel Lampson. (Nunc Dimiltis, page 129)

I stuff all of my little pets myself when they pass away. (The Landlady, page 151)

"You left them in Mr. Schofield's study," she said. Her voice was unnaturally, deliberately polite. (Taste)

That's the hell of...

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