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Roald Dahl and Philosophy: A Little Nonsense Now and Then


For generations the elements of humor, poignancy, fantasy, and unfettered morality found within acclaimed children’s author Roald Dahl’s most famous tales have captivated both



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Roald Dahl and Philosophy: A Little Nonsense Now and Then


For generations the elements of humor, poignancy, fantasy, and unfettered morality found within acclaimed children’s author Roald Dahl’s most famous tales have captivated both