FC: Boy: A Tale of Childhood By Roald Dahl Stefan Eikenberry
1: Roald Dahl is an author of children stories who was born in Wales England
2: As a child he went to private schools in England were he was treated badly this inspired many of his stories
3: In his book "Boy: a tale of childhood" He talks about his life in the UK.
4: Roal Dahl talks about London with fond memories of the place where he grew up | The Tower of London in the picture represents one of the most known historic landmarks in London. Much like in Roal Dahl stories torture and beheadings took place here.
5: Outside London in the way to Scotland the Roman ruins near the Hadrian wall. Roal Dahl magical, scary fairy tales come to live in a place with so much history. In his book Boy, which is an autobiography he talks about the magic of growing up in a place like | Magical Roman Ruins.
6: Roald Dahl would have lived in a town much like this
7: R | Roald Dahl once put a dead mouse in a candy store in a jar of gobstoppers
8: Roal Dahl moved to school to Derbyshire where he talks about all the awful chores he had to do in the school. He had to keep the toilet seat warm by sitting on it for countless hours reading the works of Dickens | According to Dahl a friend of his took a beating from the head master who later became the bishop of Canterbury. The bishop who later crowned the Queen
9: Roal Dahl visited Staford Upon Avon the birth place of William Shakespeare. In the picture we are outside the Tavern where Shakespeare used to write.
10: Roal Dahl died in Oxford November 23 1990 | Roal Dahl died in Oxford on November 23, 1990
11: Oxford Is a Beautiful Town home to the famous Oxford University