On page 54, you get the idea that Roald Dahl had a great admiration for his mother because he was puzzled at the way she could handle all those children so well and she could always manage to get their luggage packed decently whenever they went on a vacation.
Also, in the chapter Goats Tobacco, Roald Dahl shows us that he and his family were easily made jealous. When Roald Dahl's "Ancient-SisteraE took her fiancee to Norway with their family. Roald Dahl and the rest of his family resented the fact that the two lovers wanted to be alone a lot of the time, so in anger, Roald Dahl put goats droppings into the man's pipe. This shows not just that Roald Dahl was very sneaky, but that he must have loved his sister very much for him to become so jealous of them.
Another impression Roald Dahl bestows upon us was his confusion and anger towards the Headmasters, teachers and some students at his schools, who were actually permitted to beat the students for small things like talking in class. Sometimes the s