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This collection brings together Dahl's finest work, illustrating his genius for the horrific and grotesque which is unparalleled.
"Dahl has the mastery of plot and characters possessed by great writers of the past, along with a wildness and wryness of his own. One of his trademarks is writing beautifully about the ugly, even the horrible."--The Los Angeles Times
"An ingenious imagination, a fascination with odd and ordinary detail, and a lust for its thorough exploitation are the...strengths of Dahl's storytelling."--The New York Times Book Review
Man from the South
The Sound Machine
Dip in the Pool
Edward the Conqueror
Lamb to the Slaughter
The Way Up to Heaven
William and Mary
Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat
Genesis and Catastrophe
The Great Switcheroo
The Boy Who Talked with Animals
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar