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Miss Trunchbull One of the ways that Roald Dahl creates the character Miss Trunchbull is by her clothes

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Miss Trunchbull One of the ways that Roald Dahl creates the character Miss Trunchbull is by her clothes. For example he describes her as wearing "a brown cotton smock which was pinched in around the waist with a wide leather belt fastened with an enormous silver buckle." ...read more.

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Another way that Roald Dahl creates the character Miss Trunchbull is by the way he describes her character and the way that people react to her. Roald Dahl's words show that no-one likes Miss Trunchbull. Also Roald Dahl compares Miss Trunchbull to other headmistresses and this shows you that she is very different. ...read more.

Conclusion

These are the type of thing a bull would do. The final way that Miss Trunchbull is described is by her voice. Roald Dahl describes her voice as "deep and dangerous." This also reminds you of a bull. You also associate deep voices with men this makes you think Miss Trunchbull is very masculine. ...read more.

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