Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By Roald Dahl
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a 1964 children’s novel by British author Roald Dahl. The story features the adventures of young Charlie Bucket inside the chocolate factory of eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka.
Willy Wonka’s famous chocolate factory is opening at last! But only five lucky children will be allowed inside. And the winners are: Augustus Gloop, an enormously fat boy whose hobby is eating; Veruca Salt, a spoiled-rotten brat whose parents are wrapped around her little finger; Violet Beauregarde, a dim-witted gum-chewer with the fastest jaws around; Mike Teavee, a toy pistol-toting gangster-in-training who is obsessed with television; and Charlie Bucket, Our Hero, a boy who is honest and kind, brave and true, and good and ready for the wildest time of his life!
What happens when the five luckiest children in the entire world walk through the doors of Willy Wonka’s famous, mysterious chocolate factory? What happens when, one by one, the children disobey Mr. Wonka’s orders? In Dahl’s most popular story, the nasty are punished and the good are deliciously, sumptuously rewarded.
Top 5 Quotes from Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
“You should never, never doubt something that no one is sure of.”
“Good morning starshine the earth says hello…”
“I am the maker of music, the dreamer of dreams!”
“Rainbow drops – suck them and you can spit in six different colours.”
“So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, Go throw your TV set away, And in its place you can install A lovely bookshelf on the wall. Then fill the shelves with lots of books.”
Summary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
In light of the dearest Roald Dahl story, this comedic and fantastical film follows youthful Charlie Bucket (Freddie Highmore) and his Grandpa Joe (David Kelly) as they join a little gathering of challenge victors who get to visit the enchanted and strange production line of unpredictable sweets producer Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp). Supported by his little Oompa Loompa laborers (Deep Roy), Wonka has a secret inspiration for the visit, one that he will uncover solely after the kids in the gathering show their genuine nature.
Review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Charlie the chocolate processing plant is a truly extraordinary book which is truly enjoyable to peruse and it shows us a great deal of values. My #1 person is Charlie on the grounds that he was not childish, he was benevolent, and needed to help his family for instance when Charlie finnally got the brilliant ticket he remembered to offer it for cash to help his family at the expense of loosing his main opportunity to visit the supernatural plant. The part that I found so astounding was that he fabricated Willy Wonka’s chocolate processing plant from the toothpaste covers that his dad purchased home.I additionally like Charlie’s granddad as he gave Charlie a cash to spend it on the chocolate. My main thing from the film is when Charlie might have taken the entire manufacturing plant however declines since he would rather not be away from his loved ones.
The youngsters invited the book with their entire existence and along these lines, later a film was made on this book composed by Roald Dahl.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Table of contents
Here Comes Charlie
Mr Willy Wonka’s Factory
Mr Wonka and the Indian Prince
The Secret Workers
The Golden Tickets
The First Two Finders
Two More Golden Tickets Found
Grandpa Joe Takes a Gamble
The Family Begins to Starve
What It Said on the Golden Ticket
The Big Day Arrives
Mr Willy Wonka
The Chocolate Room
Augustus Gloop Goes up the Pipe
Down the Chocolate River
The Inventing Room — Everlasting Gobstoppers and Hair Toffee
The Great Gum Machine
Along the Corridor
Square Sweets That Look Round
Veruca in the Nut Room
The Great Glass Lift
The Television-Chocolate Room
Mike Teavee is Sent by Television
Only Charlie Left
The Other Children Go Home
Charlie’s Chocolate Factory
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Author(s): Roald Dahl