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1. ITRODUCTION
   In 1964, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory were first published.
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  Greed, especially in this story, makes people do not-so-smart things (like
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2. PRESENTATION OF THE AUTHOR
   ROALD DAHLa writer of both children's fiction and short stories
for adults. Roald Dahl...
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  1. 1. 1 1. ITRODUCTION In 1964, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory were first published. This story is about a poor little boy who tours Willy Wonka's famous chocolate factory. Charlie and the Chocolate Most importantly, in most of Dahl's work, adults are the bad guys, but in this one, it's the kids who cause the trouble (and boy do they learn their lessons the hard way). We have chosen the book because we liked the story, but when we were read the book, we realized that we can work these issues with students: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Theme of Awe and Amazement. If only real life were as awe-inspiring and amazing as life in Willy Wonka's factory. Every chapter of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has a new and fascinating invention. The point of Charlie's visit to the chocolate factory is to show that awe and amazement are an important part of growing up. He must hang on to these feelings in order to be happy in life. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Theme of Foolishness and Folly. There certainly are a lot of fools in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The children make uninformed, unwise, rash choices, and they pay the price. Their parents, too, are foolish, because they can't seem to handle their own kids . Appearances, the appearances are also part of a greater lesson, but appearances can be deceiving. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  2. 2. 2 Greed, especially in this story, makes people do not-so-smart things (like fall in a chocolate river or build a violent, faulty robot). You'll notice that almost every greedy person gets his comeuppance in this book. The world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is not one that tolerates selfishness.. Family is clearly the most important thing for little Charlie Bucket. For one thing, he's willing to share his birthday chocolate bar with all six members of his family, even though he only gets one bar a year. But let's not forget the other families in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The Gloops, Salts, Beauregardes and Teavees have quite a different family dynamic than the Buckets do. We can't imagine Augustus or Veruca sharing a chocolate bar with their parents.. Poverty, the protagonist is poor, but Charlie hasn't won any money. What he's won is a home, and food for him and his family, which makes him the richest kid of all. Rules and Order, Willy Wonka is forever telling these kids (and their parents) to keep their paws off the merchandise. These are not just rules – they're good advice. Charlie is the only kid that followed the rules, which is to say, he listened. Theme of Old Age, Charlie and his grandfather (Joe) manage to be quite good friends, despite their age gap. Charlie reminds us that even when we've hit rock bottom there's always hope. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  3. 3. 3 2. PRESENTATION OF THE AUTHOR ROALD DAHLa writer of both children's fiction and short stories for adults. Roald Dahl has been described as a master of story construction with a remarkable ability to weave a tale. Roald Dahl was born September 13, 1916, in Llandaff, South Wales, United Kingdom, to Norwegian parents. He was a mischievous child, full of energy, and from an early age he proved himself skilled at finding trouble. After his father died when Dahl was four, his mother followed her late husband's wish that Dahl be sent to English schools. Dahl first attended Llandaff Cathedral School, where he began a series of unfortunate adventures in school. Dahl would later describe his school years as "days of horrors" filled with "rules, rules and still more rules that had to be obeyed," which inspired much of his gruesome fiction. After graduating from Repton, Dahl took a position with the Shell Oil Company in Tanganyika (now Tanzania), Africa. In 1939 he joined a Royal Air Force training squadron in Nairobi, Kenya, serving as a fighter pilot in the Mediterranean during World War II (1939– 45). Dahl suffered severe head injuries in a plane crash near Alexandria, Egypt. Upon recovering he was sent to Washington, D.C., to be an assistant air attache (a technical expert who advises government representatives). There Dahl began his writing career, publishing a short story in the Saturday Evening Post. Soon his stories appeared in many other magazines. Dahl told Willa Petschek in a New York Times Book Review profile that "as I went on, the stories became less and less realistic and more fantastic. But becoming a writer was pure fluke. Without being asked to, I doubt if I'd ever have thought of it." Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  4. 4. 4 In 1943 Dahl wrote his first children's story, The Gremlins, and invented a new term in the process. Gremlins were small creatures that lived on fighter planes and bombers and were responsible for all crashes. Through the 1940s and into the 1950s Dahl continued as a short story writer for adults, establishing his reputation as a writer of deathly tales with unexpected twists. His stories earned him three Edgar Allan Poe Awards from the Mystery Writers of America. In 1953 Dahl married Hollywood actress Patricia Neal. Although the marriage did not survive, it produced five children. As soon as the children were old enough, Dahl began making up stories for them each night before they went to bed. These stories became the basis for his career as a children's writer, which began seriously with the publication of James and the Giant Peach in 1961. One way that Dahl delighted his readers was to take often vicious revenge on cruel adults who had harmed children, as in Matilda (1988). But even some innocent adults received rough treatment, such as the parents killed in a car crash in The Witches (1983). Many critics have objected to the rough treatment of adults. However, Dahl explained in the New York Times Book Review that the children who wrote to him always "pick out the most gruesome events as the favorite parts of the books.… They don't relate it to life. They enjoy the fantasy." He also said that his "nastiness" was payback. "Beastly people must be punished." Roald Dahl died in Oxford, England, on November 23, 1990. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  5. 5. 5 3. PRESENTATION OF THE HISTORICAL AND LITERARY CONTEXT  AUTHOR: Roald Dahl.  WORK: Charlie And The Chocolate Factory.  DATE: This novel was written in 1964.  PERIOD: 2nd Half of the 20th Century. Relationship of the book with its historical context The time that lived Dahl was not easy. His parents emigrated to Wales with the hope of providing a better life ahead children. It's a significant fact insofar as Norway adopts the Universal suffrage in 1913 and was considered as the first full democracy in the world. Dahl was born in full World War 1, but was very small yet to know the meaning of a conflict. Participated in the 2nd World War, fact that marked his life since it gave the opportunity to showcase his excellent Narrator facet count the adventures and exploits lived during the war. It was an experience which served as a source of his stories, combining true stories or real origin with fantasies created in his imagination. Dahl participated in the fight against nationalism so exaggerated that it ended up being a movement of nature pangermanista (Union and supremacy of Germanic peoples) fascist and anti-Semitic which increased the anti-authoritarian tendency which was already about the mind of the young Dahl. In 1942 he was sent to Washington as air Attaché. Later the White House is occupied by Democrat Harry Truman while Europe celebrates the end of the nazi hegemony after Hitler committed suicide. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  6. 6. 6 In London the town commemorates the victory day (May 8) come to Buckingham Palace, to acclaim the Royal family. In the evening the British capital was filled with reflectors Fireworks, the streets were filled with holiday and dolls were burned with the image of Hitler and his henchmen. Similar scenes occur in Paris and Rome. Similar scenes occur in Paris and Rome. Meanwhile, in Moscow are stacked the flags captured from the enemy at the foot of the Soviet leaders (the dictator Stalin among others). Many European cities were practically in ruins, there are concentration camps and extermination everywhere... The situation of devastation stretches to East where United States launches an atomic bomb on Nagasaki that causes more than 65000 deaths and another on Hiroshima. United States looked strong both military and economically to maintain conflict with various places of East and West over the coming years and decades, proof of this is the Cuban missile crisis in 1962; the war of Viet Nam from 1964 until 1973: or cold war against the former Soviet Union. Without a doubt, we must not forget to mention the unfair uprising which saw a division within the old continent. British Prime Minister Churchill during the war had found a new enemy: the threat of communism. On a tour of United States, warned that "an iron curtain had divided Europe" believing that differences between the capitalist and Communist countries were irreconcilable, and thus urging an alliance between United States and United Kingdom to counter Soviet aggression. It highlights the existing coincidence between the beginning of the movement against racial segregation he launched Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1955 throughout North America with the fact Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  7. 7. 7 of the publication in 1964 of the book Charlie the Chocolate Factory, as some critics describe this work of Dahl as an apology against racism, which makes a critique of society to reflect some Pygmies enslaved. General characteristics Children's literature reached its full development in the 20th century. From then on, increasingly more writers have taken into account the tastes and needs of the children and have written specifically for them. In general, children's literature has evolved from the works of moral or educational content early to works of simple entertainment or fun. In addition, in the 20th century has expanded significantly the nature and type of the characters in the stories, which are no longer just for children or animals that talk, but also fabulous beings, as the heroes of the comic book, by fantastic creatures and even toys and dolls starring. Characteristics of the personality of the author which are reflected in the work The literature of Dahl is a combination of various ingredients such as humor, magic or fantasy. When writing for children speaks of a reality that the adult it lacks interest but that, however, the child loves: the world of sweets, candy, chocolate and sweets. Dahl goes back to his childhood in Llandaff to write. Revive the time of schoolboy in which candy played such an important role in his life, as for any other child. The intense moments experienced before the showcase and in the interior of the shop of sweets in his hometown, makes so much fingerprint in the writer who later is able to transmit that so pleasant emotion with absolute authenticity. One bright spot for Dahl during his school days was chocolate: he and his classmates often served as Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  8. 8. 8 chocolate bar tasters for Cadbury Chocolate. Relationship between the novel with the rest of the production of the author. Roald Dahl stories are related. In the same way, the characters designed by this author, jump easily from a book to another. Charlie and the glass elevator, the imagination of the Welsh writer, gives life to extra-terrestrial creatures of viscous aspect that pose a threat to the man who reappear in James and the giant peach. There is a certain parallelism between the imaginary Loud Men appearing in James and the giant peach and the Oompa-Loompas of Charlie and the chocolate factory. They only have identity as a group, do not exist as individuals, are engaged in work and likes to do singing. Dahl repeats the prototype of the spoiled and capricious child that parents attach everything what they ask for. This profile responds to Violet Beauregarde, Veruca Salt, Mike Teve and Augustus Gloop in Charlie and the chocolate factory. This behaviour remains unpunished and they all learn the lesson. The writer harshly punishes gluttony. The Augustus-like character appears in Matilda. It's Bruce Bogrotter. Look up physically. The latter is punished by comerese School Director choclate cake. Bruce Jenkins also saves some relationship with since Augustus who only thinks about food. Dahl directed his criticism against parents who do not well educate their children: some pamper them (as it is the case of the parents of Veruca), others do not condemn the attitude of their children (as the parents of Augustus). In Matilda, parents play a lousy role, are not able to see the wonder that they have as a Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  9. 9. 9 daughter and only negative qualities attributed to him. Even at the beginning of this work, the writer tells us about the types of parents that exist. In almost all books, Dahl follows the same scheme: presents to an orphan (generally), along with an adult with whom there is great rapport, this being a relative or teacher. The great adventure involving a visit to the chocolate Wonka factory undertaken together in Charlie and the chocolate factory, Charlie and his Grandpa Joe. In Matilda, Matilda and Miss honey unite against the tyrannical Director of school miss Trunchbull and master also supports the girl from the family that both neglected. These protective adults of children have a common feature which unites them, and are excellent storytellers. They bewitch children with the magic of his words, similar to Dahl dazzled to their children and grandchildren and does it now with readers. Dahl pays special attention to such rude children who have to get everything that they want. But not all children that appear in its pages are selfish, rude and capricious, also we are full of charm and goodness such as little Matilda and Charlie. Situation of the novel in the production of the author The first novel for children by Roald Dahl was not, as many believe, James and the giant peach, it was The Gremlins, published in 1943. Both James and the giant peach and Charlie and the chocolate factory, were released in the United States several years before they appeared in United Kingdom in 1967.Charlie and the chocolate factory reached great success around the world. Then came a uninterrupted "bestsellers", as The good-natured giant; Danny, the champion of the world; The twits; The witches; Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  10. 10. 10 Boy and Flying only. When Roald Dahl died on November 23, 1990 was working in The parish priest of Nibbleswicke. 4. SUMMARY OF THE BOOK AND ANALYSIS OF THE PLOT SUMMARY Charlie Bucket is a child who lives with her parents and two sets of grandparents in a small wooden house on the outskirts of a big city. This family was very humble. Only the father worked, who did not earn enough to keep everyone. The food was always scarce and varied: bread and margarine, potatoes and cabbage. Charlie loved to eat chocolate, but could only do it once a year, his birthday. Members of his family saved and bought a chocolate bar, he savored slowly, making it last longer than a month. Most of Charlie torture was to spend every day in front of the Chocolate Factory was in front of his house. One day, the factory owner, Willy Wonka, an ad in the newspaper reporting that has hidden five golden tickets in their chocolate, and that children are lucky that you can visit the factory and get a fabulous gift. Charlie, who has found a coin, you can buy two chocolate bars. Luckily for him, in the second finds a golden ticket. Along with his Grandpa Joe and the other four children and their parents come to visit the Chocolate Factory. Throughout the long day at the factory, Charlie only behaves well and obeys the instructions of the owner. As a reward for his humility and sensitivity, you receive the great gift: it is named owner and director of the factory. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  11. 11. 11 ARGUMENT Charlie Bucket is a child living with his parents and maternal and paternal grandparents in a ramshackle house. They are poor and hungry. Charlie and his Grandpa Joe dream of visiting the Wonka chocolate factory, in principle, has long closed. And the dream would come true. Willy Wonka, owner of the factory, put into circulation within their chocolate bars, five golden tickets. These tickets allow, five boys and girls who find them, enter the factory for a day. Also give them free chocolates gift for life. Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Violet Beuregarde, Mike Teavee and Charlie Bucket would be the lucky winners. All come with their parents, except Charlie, who is accompanied by his grandfather Joe. Once inside, they discover the hand of the eccentric Mr. Wonka (sla that receives input from the factory), a wonderful world of chocolate and sweets and their helpers, the Oompa Loompa, yet each one of the guys going out of the factory because of their quirks, flaws and bad manners: A Augustus Gloop can ruff, falls into a river of chocolate, and is absorbed by a tube that leads out of the enclosure. Beuregarde Violet, the gum Nibbler obsessive and relentless competitor, becomes a blueberry by chewing experimental try a taste of a two- course meal and dessert. Veruca Salt, spoiled brat and not to ask, is thrown into the waste hole for a squirrel trying to get one of them. Mike Teavee, tireless viewer is transformed into a small television character who has to stretch like chewing gum to return to minimally look normal. Charlie, who was the only one to achieve to remain in the factory, is chosen as the winner. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  12. 12. 12 The special prize was that the winner would own the whole factory, for Mr. Wonka, the realization of arriving at an older age, look for an heir. Charlie seems very confident of taking office, but upon learning that his parents could not go with him, refused. Wonka realizes that the conditions under which the family lives were deplorable and Charlie decides to not only deliver the factory, but also allow your family to live there. However, Wonka, seeing the parents of Charlie, brings back bad memories, because small Wonka was angry with his father and left home, but Charlie, hearing this, convinces him to visit his father. The result of the visit was that Wonka and his father ended up making up, after about 10 years. Finally, the heir to Charlie and Mr. Wonka agree to work together in the factory and live like family. TOPICS  Education and good behavior Education for coexistence The book criticizes the television. Working in teams to identify the negative consequences of viewing as much.  Values education One of the qualities of Charlie's generosity. Encourage students to reflect on this remarkable attitude, despite the circumstances surrounding the character. Describe the moral qualities of Charlie. Highlight the importance of family in forming positive habits. Encourage students to recognize the negative attitudes that are whimsical characters. Discuss from these behaviors. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  13. 13. 13  Education for love, family and sexuality The family relationship is a basic theme of reading, in which we see the following:  The caring for the elderly.  Respect and obedience inculcated by the family.  The positive attitude of the members of the family despite adversity. Conduct a debate about the negative influence of TV on children's minds. Dialogue from the bad habits that allow parents to Veruca Salt and Violet Beauregarde. The family should be concerned about the health of its members. The overeating leading to obesity, while the shortage, malnutrition. The work touches on both themes. List the foods that provide a healthy and profitable.  Intercultural education. The relationship between Mr. Wonka and the Pygmies was always cordial. Reflect with students about the importance of valuing the customs and racial differences of others. Can enter the treatment of Mr. Wonka with workers demonstrates its respect for differences. However, in a part of the book mentioned that brings in boxes with holes to breathe. NARRATOR, GENRE AND LINGUISTIC STYLE The linguistic style of the play is simple, since it is aimed at children, using language appropriate to that age. The omniscient narrator, is in third person narrative voice is always favoring objectivism. The genre of the work is fantasy, as extraordinary phenomena occur and act in it creatures exist. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  14. 14. 14 STRUCTURE The structure could be divided into three parts. The first one that teaches us who is Charlie, introduce us to the other characters and the situation in which they live Charlie and his familia.la second part would be when you open the factory and lived all these adventures in the DigiDestined. The last part is when Charlie is a winner and Wonka, the owner of the factory, he realizes the lives of the family of Charlie, not only makes him heir to the factory but also allows him and his family live therein. 5. DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF THE CHARACTERS I could say that the main characters of the book are: Grandpa Joe is the oldest and wisest of the characters in the novel. However, like Charlie and Mr. Wonka, he remains young at heart. His youthful exuberance makes him the perfect person to escort Charlie to the chocolate factory. Grandpa Joe is also Charlie’s best friend. Every evening when Charlie spends time with his grandparents, Grandpa Joe entertains Charlie with a story. It is Grandpa Joe who initially tells Charlie all about the history of Mr. Wonka and his vaunted chocolate factory, and Grandpa Joe urges Charlie to have faith that he can find a golden ticket. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  15. 15. 15 Charlie Bucket is the protagonist of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and he is the embodiment of all that is virtuous. He is deprived of adequate food, a bed, and any privacy. In spite of all this, he never complains, nor does he ever accept charity from his family when it comes at their own expense. Each morning, Charlie musters the strength to walk to school, even though he nearly freezes during the colder months. And each night, he returns home and dutifully spends time with his bedridden grandparents, a chore that he seems to genuinely enjoy. Charlie’s physical proportions align with his personality: not only is he quite small and undernourished, but also he is meek. He speaks only when he is spoken to. He never asks for more than he is given. He looks forward to the one time a year, on his birthday, when he can indulge in a Wonka chocolate bar, and instead of wolfing it down all at once, he savors it (bite by bite) for many months. Charlie walks past the world-renowned Wonka chocolate factory twice a day, yet this never causes him bitterness or anger. Instead, Charlie simply indulges in the savory smells coming out of the factory and humbly dreams of entering the factory one day. When the golden tickets start turning up in the hands of nasty, greedy children, Charlie never complains about how unfair it is that he will never get to go. Charlie’s strongest criticism of one of the other children comes when he hears that Veruca’s father is using all the workers in his peanut factory to unwrap chocolate bars night and day until his daughter gets a ticket. Charlie’s only comment is that Veruca’s father is not playing quite fair. Behind Charlie’s meek and virtuous exterior lies an inner strength and courage. He faces the new challenges and mysteries of the factory with the same bravery he employs to overcome the adversity of his everyday life. He finds all of the adventures in the chocolate factory to be wild and stimulating. While other characters cringe at the speed of the boat as it tears down thechocolate river, Charlie demurely embraces it, clutching to Grandpa Joe’s legs for stability and enjoying the ride of his life. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  16. 16. 16 Mr. Willy Wonka The eccentric owner of the world-famous Wonka chocolate factory. Along with his eccentric behavior, Mr. Wonka also has a benevolent side. The mystery workers operating his chocolate factory after the reopening are called Oompa-Loompas. The Oompa-Loompas hail from Loompaland, where they are the defenseless prey of hungry creatures like hornswogglers, snozzwangers, and whandoodles until Mr. Wonka rescues them. He brings the malnourished Oompa-Loompas back to his factory where they are allowed to eat their favorite food cacao beans in unlimited quantities and live in complete safety in exchange for running the factory. Mr. Wonka treats the Oompa-Loompas like children, and, in return, they treat him as a benevolent caretaker. Mr. Wonka further demonstrates his affinity for children and wariness of adults by choosing a child to take over his factory. The child he seeks is humble, respectful, and willing to run his factory exactly how Mr. Wonka runs it himself. Though benevolent, Mr. Wonka’s character is not beyond reproach. His treatment of the Oompa-Loompas is paternalistic, and his desire to mold a child into a second version of himself is narcissistic. Furthermore, Mr. Wonka is unwilling to accept anyone’s foibles. He can be extremely demanding and judgmental. The four children who do not win the grand prize clearly disgust Mr. Wonka. He is short with each of them he acts as if he invited each of them simply to prove the virtuosity of Charlie. The humble and gracious Charlie is everything Mr. Wonka is looking for. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  17. 17. 17 The minor characters in the book are: Violet Beauregarde An avid gum chewer. Violet’s attempt to beat a gum-chewing record completely consumes her. At the factory her gum-chewing antics become her downfall when she grabs an experimental piece of gum against Mr. Wonka’s advice. She eagerly chews the gum and turns into a giant blueberry. After being juiced by Oompa-Loompas, she leaves the factory changed. Augustus Gloop. A fat boy who loves nothing but eating. Augustus is rude and insubordinate in his never-ending quest to fill his own face. His parents choose to indulge him rather than listen to his whining. He suffers for his greed in the factory: while sucking from the chocolate river, he falls in and is sucked up by one of the super pipes. He comes out changed on the other side, as evidenced by his new thin body. Veruca Salt. A spoiled brat. Veruca demands anything she wants and throws tantrums until her parents meet her demands. She is mean and completely self-involved, and her parents always acquiesce to her wishes. Veruca’s impetuousness causes her trouble at the factory. She demands to own one of Wonka’s trained squirrels, but when she marches in to claim it, it deems her a “bad nut” and sends her down the garbage chute. Mingled with garbage, she comes out changed at the end of the story. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  18. 18. 18 Mike Teavee .A boy who cares only for television. The more guns and violence on a show, the more Mike likes it. Mike is slightly more complex than the other bad children in that he is smart enough to realize when Mr. Wonka is lying to him. Still, his attempts to get answers to his questions go completely unheeded. At the factory he wants nothing more than to check out the chocolate television room. Once there he spies the opportunity to be on television himself. Without regard for his own safety, he engineers a filming of himself and ends up shrinking down to a couple of inches. The Oompa- Loompas stretch him out to twice his normal height in the end. The Oompa-Loompas Fun-loving dwarves hailing from Loompaland. Mr. Wonka’s diminutive work force feasts on cacao beans and performs all of the work in the Wonka chocolate factory. They also enjoy dancing, beating drums, and singing songs about what happens to bad children. And finally I would like to mention other characters that appear in the story without great importance as they are such as:  Mr. Bucket and Mrs. Bucket, Charlie´s parents.  Grandma Josephine and Georgina.  Mr. and Mrs. Gloop, Augustus’s parents.  Mr. and Mrs. Salt, Veruca’s parents.  Mr. and Mrs. Beauregarde, Violet’s parents.  Mr. and Mrs. Teavee, Mike’s parents. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  19. 19. 19 6. WHY IT IS A CHILDREN´S BOOK? We understand as children´s literature the one which is orientated towards children, plus the set of literary texts that the society has considered adequate for the youngest, but having been writted, at the begining, thinking on adult readers. We could define then children´s literature as the one which is also read by kids and young people. On the other sense of the, children´s literature, would involve literary works written by children themselves. even, sometimes, this concept includes the juvenile literature, written by or for teens. In the case of this work, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, we can see, clear features of children´s literature, such as, for example:  Magical elements taken for granted  Characterization mostly physical  Fantasy  Children play the lead 7. ILLUSTRATIONS Was born in 1932 in Sidcup, Kent and was evacuated to the West Country during the war. He went to Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar School, where his English teacher, J H Walsh, influenced his ambition to become involved in literature. His first published drawing was for the satirical magazine Punch, at the age of 16. He read English Literature at Downing College, Cambridge (1953-6), received his postgraduate teaching diploma from the University of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  20. 20. 20 London, and later studied at the Chelsea School of Art. He gained another teaching diploma at the Institute of Education before working at the Royal College of Art. His full name is Quentin Saxby Blake. He is not married and has no children. Blake gained a reputation as a reliable and humorous illustrator of more than 300 children's books. As well as illustrating the books of others, including Joan Aiken, Roald Dahl, Elizabeth Bowen and Dr. Seuss, Blake has written numerous books of his own. As of 2006, he has participated in the writing and/or illustrating of 323 books (of which he wrote 35 himself, and 18 were by Dahl). He taught at the Royal College of Art for over twenty years, and was head of the Illustration department from 1978 to 1986. He recently illustrated David Walliams's debut book, The Boy in the Dress and his more recent book Mr Stink. This is a list only of books both written and illustrated by Blake:  Patrick, 1968, Jonathan Cape  Jack and Nancy, 1969, Jonathan Cape  Angelo, 1970, Jonathan Cape  Snuff, 1973, Jonathan Cape  Lester at the Seaside, 1975, Collins  Lester and the Unusual Pet, 1975, Collins  The Adventures of Lester, 1977, BBC  Mister Magnolia, 1980, Jonathan Cape  Quentin Blake's Nursery Rhyme Book, 1983, Jonathan Cape  The Story of the Dancing Frog, 1984, Jonathan Cape  Mrs Armitage On Wheels, 1987, Jonathan Cape  Quentin Blake's ABC, 1989, Jonathan Cape  All Join In, 1990, Jonathan Cape  Cockatoos, 1992, Jonathan Cape  Simpkin, 1993, Jonathan Cape  The Quentin Blake Book of Nonsense Verse, 1994, Viking  Clown, 1995, Jonathan Cape Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  21. 21. 21  La Vie de la Page, 1995, Gallimard  Mrs Armitage and the Big Wave, 1997, Jonathan Cape  Dix Grenouilles (Ten Frogs), 1997, Gallimard  The Green Ship, 1998, Jonathan Cape  Zagazoo, 1998, Jonathan Cape  Zap! The Quentin Blake Guide to Electrical Safety, 1998, Eastern Electricity  Fantastic Daisy Artichoke, 1999, Jonathan Cape  The Laureate's Party, 2000, Random House  Un Bateau Dans le Ciel, 2000, Rue du Monde  Words and Pictures, 2000, Jonathan Cape  Tell Me a Picture, 2001, National Gallery Co Ltd  Loveykins, 2002, Jonathan Cape  Laureate's Progress, 2002, Jonathan Cape  Mrs Armitage, Queen of the Road, 2003, Jonathan Cape  A Sailing Boat In The Sky, 2003, Red Fox  Angel Pavement, 2004, Jonathan Cape  You're Only Young Twice, 2008, Andersen Press  Daddy Lost his Head, 2009, Andre Bouchard Blake and his illustrations in the book “Charlie and the factory of chocolate”His artistic style is very typical, with lines to ink planned with rapidity and insecurity studied. All his(her,your) illustrations are a fruit of a wonderful spontaneity Later we can enjoy some of the illustrations that he realized for the book Charlie and the factory of chocolate Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  22. 22. 22 8. INFLUENCES OF THE BOOK The first publication was in 1964 with the title of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (original title: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) is a children's book, authored by Roald Dahl. The book is known for its simple and informal language and their detailed descriptions. Some have described it as a science fiction book for children. Dahl's other books keep the same style. Had its influence in society, when it was published the original novel, was accused of racist treatment by the slave that Dahl gave the Oompa Loompas, in future editions, these characters went from African pygmies to be hippies dwarfs. Responding to criticism from the NAACP (National Association for the development of black- skinned people), on the description of the Oompa Loompas as dark skinned African pygmies working in Wonka's factory for cocoa beans, the book was changed and republished in 1973. In the newest version, the Oompa Loompas have long brown hair, blond and pink-white skin. Its origins were changed from Africa to the fictional Loompaland. Society's interest in the book begins when we read the title. We believe that there are very few children who do not like chocolate and imagine a factory engaged in it, will love. Charlie's family situation children make you think how lucky they are, and can understand how necessary is solidarity with the needy, because Charlie is a boy who shares what little he has, is generous, but also is a child who likes to hear about the elderly, their grandparents, and is affectionate with them, providing them with joy in your life. This is a very positive reflection on society. Moreover, the attitude of other children can be an example for students to understand how to not have to be because they are spoiled children, rude and selfish. It is also training the Roald Dahl critique against gluttony, the whims irrational and the bad influence of television on children's minds, that at this time is very large. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  23. 23. 23 We can find various editions and publishers of this book, as the following: This author has published many books of a similar style, such as: Roald Dahl is one of the most important literary writers of children's literature. Several of his books have been moved to the big screen, including "The Witches" with an evil Anjelica Huston. "Matilda" in the sight of Danny DeVito in a style close to that of Tim Burton, who, how could it be otherwise, is fixed to the author on several occasions. The first was in "James and the Giant Peach," which was making a film of stop-motion animation. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  24. 24. 24 The second was the book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," about which he had already shown interest and it is said, had held talks with Marilyn Manson for the role of Willy Wonka. The book has already been transferred to the screen in the 1971 film "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (translated as "A world of fantasy") with Gene Wilder as the odd chocolate, however the result was complete satisfaction British author. Burton sets the target to perform an adaptation as faithful as possible to the book, forgetting that version of the 70. Throughout this time there have been several movies both Charlie and Willy Wonka. The film, as we have seen, reflects the story of a boy named Charlie who lives in a humble home as with his family, his parents and four grandparents. One day there is news that Willy Wonka, the greatest inventor of sweets and chocolates in the world, will invite five children to visit his chocolate factory. The children selected will be those who find a Golden Ticket in the Wonka chocolate bars. The hysteria was unleashed worldwide, increasing as the news is given a new lucky child, each more repellent. Already lost hope, Charlie buys a tablet and discover in it the last bill, which will be a ticket to a fantastic world. The story (either in the book or film) criticizes what they are spoiled children by their parents. Each child is an infant reflex of the father figure, or maternal, which accompanies it. An ideal story for children and adults, we might even say that most adults, when Burton got one of his films more cheerful and fresh. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a film from 2005, directed by Tim Burton. The film is based on the novel by Roald Dahl. It was filmed in Yorkshire, United Kingdom and is the second adaptation of the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the first was filmed in 1971 and took the name "A world of fantasy" in Spain Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  25. 25. 25 and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" in Spanish (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory in English). Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a film that will appeal to both adults and children. The first undoubtedly be impressed with the strength of the message, the aesthetics of the work in general and originality. Children are fascinated by the gothic world Burton is a classic and this time, is full of colorful, rave and creativity. The fluidity of the plot and an ending that repairs mistakes of the past and reconcile their characters will leave a good taste in the viewer, as delicious as thechocolate. If games are found on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Children: Internet for Play Station, Nintendo, Xbox, bench, etc. These are highly interactive, colorful and simple. 9. CONCLUSIONS In our view we can say that is a very good story that talks about the illusions of a child, despite living with few luxuries gladly shares with his parents and grandparents because for him the most important thing is love that offer parents and people around you. It is a story that teaches us many values such as respect, friendship, affection, kindness, and also teaches us that greed and laziness are defects that sometimes if we abuse them can change your life. We think this story reflects many situations and small faults in society and also how to solve them. Show the real world we live in, do a little reflection, criticism and comparison and that makes the attention of the reader or viewer. We think that when working this story in the classroom, it is important to consider and compare the behavior of the two environments, the real and fictitious, and the reactions that occur between the actors and those that occur in the classroom. Finally say that "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" is the perfect read for any child. Although having seen the film may be a slight inconvenience, as the overall plot is known, does not detract from a Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  26. 26. 26 superbly written work that includes much more than they could bring to the screen. It is also an interesting book for adults as light reading, full of subtle humor and relentless that, fortunately, does not conflict with presenting a general history rather friendly, and therefore more suitable for children. 10. BIBLIOGRAPHY  Charlie and the chocolate factory, Roald Dahl  www.roalddahl.com  www.childrensbooks.com COMPONENTES DEL GRUPO  Lorena Isabel González Delgado  Leticia Rios Harillo  Vanessa Méndez Díez-Madroñero  Esther Madrigal Reviejo  María Miguel Ramos  Maria Larrocha Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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