Roald Dahl Invented A Completely New Language To Help His Wife Communicate After She Had A Stroke
December 20, 2017 13:43
Sometimes, deeds are more meaningful than words. Roald Dahl, one of the most famous novelists and children’s authors, who wrote "Matilda," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," and many more, invented a whole new language to help his wife recover after a complicated therapy.
Roald Dahl and Patricia Neal
Roald and Patricia first met at a dinner of their mutual friend. At that moment, they both were already successful and popular. He was a recognized novelist and screenwriter; she was a famous actress. Roald sold more than 250 million copies of his works worldwide; Patricia won the Academy Award for her role in Hud.