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What is Roald Dahl's opinion of the average human being?
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My answer will not be complete or very valid as I have only completed 3 works by Roald Dahl. However, as suggested by "Poison", where he criticizes society's, which represents a collection of average human beings, unchanging attitude towards racism, he is bitter but sees flaws in the average human being and is trying to bring the issues to light. From that, it can be seen then that he values the average human being, as he wants to help improve it.
Posted by diaphanousflyer on December 15, 2010 at 1:08 PM (Answer #1)
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