The Best of Roald Dahl Quotes

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"So you can see that because there were no great pleasures while living in the desert, the small pleasures became great pleasures and the pleasures of children became the pleasures of grown men." Madame Rosette, pg. 4.

"Stuffy noticed that Stag was being polite. There was always trouble for somebody when he was like that." Madame Rosette, pg. 20.

" 'He hasn't anything left to bet with,' the woman said. 'He hasn't a thing in the world. Not a thing. As I matter of fact I myself won it all from him a long while ago. It took time, a lot of time, and it was hard work, but I won it all in the end.' She looked up at the boy and she smiled, a slow sad smile, and she came over and put out a hand to take the key from the table. I can see it...

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