He lived with his parents and four bedridden grandparents. Grandpa George said that “He deserves better than this” (Dahl 58).
Despite their money, parents, and possibilities, they lacked the main principles of humanity. He attracted all these miracles that happened to him because of his good nature. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a magical fairy tale that teaches us to be human beings.
It shows us how we create our fate through our deeds and intentions.
Augustus Gloop was so greedy that he started to drink chocolate from the chocolate river and fell into it.
He had to be boiled to make sure that “all the greed and the gall will be boiled away for one and all” (Dahl 105). When she went to the Inventing Room, she took an experimental gum, despite forbiddance from the elders, and blew up into a blueberry.
Chocolate is made from cacao beans ground into powder.
The cacao beans themselves are from the cacao plant which grows in countries. However, they discovered that by adding milk, chocolate tastes smoother and sweeter.
The biggest happiness for him was a chocolate bar which he got once a year for his birthday. He was so anxious to get a golden ticket that would allow him to visit Willy Wonka’s factory, but his chances, comparing with other rich children, were so small.
But nevertheless, he wasn’t greedy and was ready to share his little piece of happiness with others. Nevertheless, it was a lucky chance, when he found some money on the sidewalk and bought two chocolate bars. Thanks to it he visited Willy Wonka’s factory, and at the end of the chocolate factory tour he won the factory itself.
I was five years old when my parents bought a rich chocolate teddy bear birthday cake for me.
So even before I knew how to pronounce the word `chocolate', it already became my favourite food.