2+ quotes from George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl

Quotes from George's Marvellous Medicine

Roald Dahl ·  120 pages

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“George didn't say a word. He felt quite trembly. He knew something tremendous had taken place that morning. For a few brief moments he had touched with the very tips of his fingers the edge of a magic world.”
― Roald Dahl, quote from George's Marvellous Medicine


“As George removed the cork and began very slowly to pour the thick brown stuff into the spoon,”
― Roald Dahl, quote from George's Marvellous Medicine


About the author

Roald Dahl
Born place: in Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales, The United Kingdom
Born date September 13, 1916
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