Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Is a Classic

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This book is called Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The author that has written this book is named Roald Dahl. This author originally made this book’s genre fiction. However, since it fits into many categories of what makes a classic such as it has never exhausted all it has to say to its readers, has a universal appeal and it exercises a particular influence on us. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a classic. The story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has not exhausted all it has to say to the readers, every time a person reads the novel they will get a new message they didn’t think of before. For example when the reader first reads the novel they could perceive the message of ‘good things come in small packages’ as through out the story Charlie is perceived as very little “Mr and Mrs Bucket and little Charlie Bucket slept in the other room, upon mattresses on the floor.” [Page 1] and Charlie is a very good person, he is a very good person in this small package. Charlie’s house is also very small “The whole of this family — the six grown-ups (count them) and little Charlie Bucket — live together in a small wooden house on the edge of a great town.” [Page 1] but the family is loving and caring another good thing in a small package. Another obvious good thing that comes in a small package would be Charlie’s Golden Ticket. The next time a reader reads the story a completely different message could be there like the message of ‘you get what you deserve’ could shine through as many of the children in Willy Wonka’s factory got what they deserved. This novel has a certain universal appeal to it, the themes of the story are relatable, the theme of ‘rags to riches’ is a definite one as throughout the story Charlie was a poor boy and by the end of the story Willy Wonka gives him the entire chocolate factory. Also ‘Being a good person will always prevail over

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