Character Description of Children Personages in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl

Khamrakhanova Nasiba, Dilnoza Ramatjanovna Ruzmatova


The article aims to discuss the issue of morality and moral values with the help of characters of children’s book written by Roald Dahl. The main focus is mature and immature morality that helps parents and teachers to be aware of the moral values that young readers are to develop and understand in order to reach the level of being socially well-behaved in the community.


Moral Development, Morality, Immorality, Moral Knowledge, And Moral Values

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