Roald Dahl's family apologises for his antisemitism

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Friday December 4, 2020 at 12:03am

Roald Dahl's family apologises for his antisemitism

Statement on author’s official website says his views caused ‘lasting and understandable hurt’


The family of Roald Dahl has apologised for his antisemitism in a statement buried deep in the author’s official website.

Dahl, who died 30 years ago, is described on the site as “the world’s No 1 storyteller”, whose books – including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and The BFG – have entranced children since the 1960s.


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