Roald Dahl Invented A Completely New Language To Help His Wife Communicate After She Had A Stroke
December 20, 2017
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.