Check out my matilda by roald dahl book summary and review that I created to help you understand the basics of this great book. Matilda is an English novel by British-Norwegian author Rold Dahl. Published by Jonathan Cape Publishing, London in 1988 with 232 pages and illustrations by Quentin Blake. It has also been adapted as an audio reading by actress Kate Winslet.

The novel is about a 6-year-old girl who loves to read books and after that, she acquires amazing abilities that enable her to move objects without touching her. And the events continue to revolve around the work of the father, the school principal, and his cruelty to the students, and here his strength begins to show.

matilda by roald dahl
 Which is simply the power to move things with his eyes. The novel gained widespread popularity in 1996 with the release of a film of the same name. A feature film directed by Danny Divito.

matilda by roald dahl book summary :

In a small village in Buckinghamshire, Matilda Wormwood, a five-and-a-half-year-old girl, tends to read different books by different authors, especially at the age of four, when she has read many books. Six months. Matilda is a special girl, who shows her distinctive features before entering school in her first three years, as she absorbs much more noise than children her age.

Matilda began to love reading before going to school, so the village library became her secret refuge, and from there she began reading children's books. Fourth, its shadow is rarely seen. When Matilda enters her first year at school, she befriends her teacher, Jennifer Hani, who is amazed at the strength and energy of her brain.

He later tried to transfer her to a higher class, but the abusive headmistress, Miss Agatha Trenchbull, rejected him and caused him to be detained. When he tries to talk to Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood about their daughter's intelligence, all they do is ignore him, as well as treat their daughter with complete contempt.

And when her father saw her reading a book, he scolded her for doing it, and he not only did so, but his anger occasionally tore one of the books in the library that Matilda had borrowed, and the young woman had just brought the book to Matilda. Multiplication table when interpreting lessons while the child is in class to teach the child from upper class.

Matilda soon develops a particularly strong relationship with Miss Hani, which leads her to the manifestation of her power, Miss Hani who admits that she was raised by a bad aunt after her father's death. Her aunt is identified as Miss Trenchbull, who has been shown (among other crimes) to withhold her niece's inheritance so that Miss Honey is forced to live in poverty in an abandoned farm hut and Miss Honey's salary is paid into Miss Trenchbull's bank account.

For the first ten years of his teaching career, he limited his pocket money to £ 1 a week. Ready to avenge Miss Hani, Matilda said, "When I pass the test, I will go to my room." Later, during a sad lesson taught by Miss Trenchbull,

Matilda picks up a piece of chalk from the board at a distance and pretends to be the soul of Miss Hani's late father, writes on it and claims to address her using her first name (Agatha). That she surrenders to Miss Honey's house and pays and leaves school, leaving Miss Trenchbull unconscious.

Soon, the deputy headmaster, Mr. Trilby, goes to Miss Trenchbull's house to find out what happened, but finds it empty without any sign of what happened to her. Then; Mr. Trilby is the new head of the school; As a result, Matilda did not comfort him and led him to higher education.

Because he could no longer telekinesis; As a result of using his brain for a more challenging approach. Thus, Matilda regularly visits Miss Hani at her home, but one day, she sees her parents and older brother Michael rushing to Spain, which Ms Hani explains, as police discover she is selling.

 Stolen car. Who asked permission to stay with Matilda
Miss Honey, which her parents reluctantly agreed to. Here, Matilda and Hani find their happy ending and the school environment and curriculum have improved dramatically under the leadership of Mr. Trilby.

matilda by roald dahl book review :

I really don't know how I ever read Roald Dahl's book. Matilda was the story of abuse and neglect, and how that talented little girl learned to rise above her.

Matilda is a loving hero, respected for her naughty nature and easily sympathetic to her abusive parents who do not acknowledge how extraordinary she is.

Admittedly, she's a vindictive girl, but she never detracts from her choice. Even important messages are beautifully embedded in the story:

    "It was easy the second time, much easier. I think it's like anything else, the more you practice it, the easier it will be."

I liked Matilda's lively character. Matilda is an exceptional girl, ridiculously bright, an indifferent reader and self-sufficient even at a young age. She was born into a horrible and neglected family that is very disgusting to see her worth.

I enjoyed this book, but I was somewhat unhappy with it. Maybe because I've already seen the movie, and it was a really good movie. The pranks directed by Matilda were quite ridiculous in written form, but their performance on screen was even better in the end.

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