I must have had my head in a book. I haven’t heard these things about Roald Dahl before. My children loved his books. But if what this article says about Dahl is true, I won’t carry them in my bookstore’s inventory anymore and I certainly won’t waste any time picking up a Dahl book to read. So many books, so little time. I was a Picasso fan before news of his domestic abuse came to light. Now I walk by Picasso paintings in Art Galleries without a second glance. So many artists, so little time.
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