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25 March 2013

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Sheila Ruth

Matilda is one of my favorites, too. I read a bio of Roald Dahl some years ago, and apparently Matilda wasn't the only book that was drastically changed from his first draft. Apparently his editor (I've forgotten the name) had a lot to do with helping to shape the books that we know and love.

Leila

Was it the bio I linked to? I know there are a few.

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