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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a magical world created for children. It is a world of sweets, chocolates, candies, miracles, little creatures and magical inventions.
This story takes you from reality to the incredible fairy tale. But why did Charlie Bucket become this lucky one? What distinguished him from other children? This tale answers these questions. It shows us how bad behaviour and immorality can lead you to a bad ending. It shows us that it is very important to respect elders, listen to them and not to break rules.
It teaches us how to be good, kind, moral, courteous and generous. Because eventually all the evil will be punished and all the goodness will be rewarded.
Our magical travel in this charming chocolate world begins with the acquaintance with Charlie and his family. Charlie was a little kind-hearted boy who was born in a poor family. He lived with his parents and four bedridden grandparents.
The biggest happiness for him was a chocolate bar which he got once a year for his birthday. The cold and hunger were common things for him. And the world of this little boy changed because miracles happen to those who believe in them and deserve them. Nevertheless, it was a lucky chance, when he found some money on the sidewalk and bought two chocolate bars.
There was a golden ticket in one of them. It was not just a ticket to the chocolate factory, but it was a ticket to his new life which he was awarded because of his good nature and heart.
Besides Charlie, this story acquaints us with other children who differed from him. They were ill-bred, selfish and greedy.
Because of their bad nature and behaviour they were ridiculed and they had a bad ending Tumer, Augustus Gloop was so greedy that he started to drink chocolate from the chocolate river and fell into it. Violet Beauregard used to chew a gum all the time. When she went in the Inventing Room, she took an experimental gum, despite forbiddance from the elders, and blew up into a blueberry.
Veruca Salt was a very spoilt child and she used to get everything from her parents. She wanted to have a trained squirrel. When she was refused, she entered into the Nut Room and was attacked by squirrels.
She was thrown into the rubbish chute. Mike Teavee was so obsessed with television that he used a television teleport and shrank himself because of it. All these children were punished because of their bad behaviour.
You see that Charlie rather differs from other children in this story who are disobedient, greedy and aggressive towards the parents and others.
Despite their money, parents and possibilities, they lacked the main principles of humanity. They lacked kindness and kindheartedness.Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a magical world created for children. It is a world of sweets, chocolates, candies, miracles, little creatures and magical inventions.
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