Matilde ha imparato a leggere a tre anni, e a quattro ha già divorato tutti i libri della biblioteca pubblica. Quando perciò comincia a frequentare la prima elementare si annoia talmente che l'intelligenza deve pur uscirle da qualche parte: così le esce dagli occhi. Gli occhi di Matilde diventano incandescenti e da essi si sprigiona un potere magico che l'avrà vinta sulla perfida direttrice Spezzindue. la quale per punire gli alunni si diverte a rinchiuderli in un armadio pieno di chiodi, lo Strozzatoio, o li usa per allenarsi al lancio del martello olimpionico. L'intelligenza e la cultura sembra dirci l'autore - sono le uniche armi che un debole può usare contro l'ottusità, la prepotenza e la cattiveria.
- ISBN: 8869187330
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 224
This book was so great! I do enjoy the movie a bit more, but nevertheless this will always be a favorite of mine. I also really want to re-read some more Roald Dahl books now!
Absolutely delightful. I really wish I'd read this when I was a kid - I would have related to and loved Matilda so much! I like that this is a book for children that doesn't cater to them - it treats them like intelligent beings. The plot was exciting, the characters fun, and the themes interesting. Leggi tutto
While I personally love a book about a child prodigy (especially in the area of telekinesis), I had a different reaction to this book while rereading it as an adult. As a kid I thought Matilda was awesome, she was intelligent and independent. As an adult I see this as a book about gross neglect and
Does anyone really, truly love to learn as much as Matilda? Books gave Matilda a hopeful and comforting message: You are not alone. She is such an inspiration - and not only because of the freaky telekinetics. When I first read this book as a fifth grader, I absolutely connected with her. FINALLY
Matilda is a lovely little book. It’s a book about standing up against bullies (no matter who the bullies are.) It’s also a book about learning to live with yourself, about being who you are despite the pressures those who are supposed to love you may exert on your personality. It’s a book written f Leggi tutto
ظلت تقرأ وهذا آثار جنونهلقد كانت تنال المتعة من شيء لا يفهمه الا تكفين عن القراءة ابدا؟حسنا !!كم مرة سمعنا هذه الجملة الحقودة الفارغة الغبية؟عشرات؟ مئات المرات؟ تكون محظوظا حقا لو لم تسمعها يوميا من ابويك ..مثل ماتيلدا طفلة الخامسة التي زارت أفريقيا مع همنجواي ابحرت بسفن جوزيف كونراد الخشبية العتيقة Leggi tutto
5 stars from my little girl, Jess (age 7). SPOILERS! Comments while reading: "Matilda's parents are sooo stupid!" "What is a 'used car salesman'?" "How does putting sawdust and oil in a car's gearbox make it run smoother?" "The funniest parts are when Miss Trunchbull hurled the kids out of the classroom, Leggi tutto
5 stars for another Roald Dahl masterpiece! He adds a way of life, in the form of magic, to his characters. Many have mentioned to me that they read several of his books when they were children. I guess I am just one of those people that missed out reading him when I was younger however, I am extrem Leggi tutto
Matilda, Roald Dahl Matilda is a book by British writer Roald Dahl. It was published in 1988. In a small Buckinghamshire village, Matilda Wormwood is a five-and-half-year-old girl of unusual precocity, but she is often ill-treated or neglected by her parents and older brother Michael. In retaliation, Leggi tutto
Book Review Roald Dahl gets 4+ out of 5 stars for his knock-it-out-of-the-park story, Matilda , from 1988. For some reason, I thought this was published before 1988, but I know I read it when I was 13, so... must have been right then. I thought it was great. Looking back years later, and s
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