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By Dennis Abrams

ISBN-10: 0791089681

ISBN-13: 9780791089682

ISBN-10: 1438123604

ISBN-13: 9781438123608

Profiles the lifestyles and occupation of the writer Anthony Horowitz.

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Eliot had read all these comments with growing anger. First his face had gone red. Then his fingers had gone white. The veins in his neck had gone blue and his tongue had gone black. Mrs. Eliot had been unsure whether to call a doctor or take a colour photograph, but in the end, and after several glasses of whiskey, he had calmed down. “When I was a boy,” he moaned, “if my reports weren’t first class, my father would lock me in a cupboard for a week without food. ” Mrs. Eliot sobbed, pulling at her mauve-tinted hair.

Horrid! ” (Granny 82–84) But if grannies hate children, they all have their own ways of getting revenge. They poke them. They pat them on their heads. Give them wet messy kisses. Give them presents that they know they will hate like talcum powder, or a book mark. They buy them ugly clothing that they know they’ll have to wear. According to Granny, all the things people think that grannies do because they are old and do not know any better, they are really doing on purpose! As in Roald Dahl’s classic book The Witches, which reaches its climax at a convention of witches, Granny culminates at a convention of grannies.

Mr. Eliot had read all these comments with growing anger. First his face had gone red. Then his fingers had gone white. The veins in his neck had gone blue and his tongue had gone black. Mrs. Eliot had been unsure whether to call a doctor or take a colour photograph, but in the end, and after several glasses of whiskey, he had calmed down. “When I was a boy,” he moaned, “if my reports weren’t first class, my father would lock me in a cupboard for a week without food. ” Mrs. Eliot sobbed, pulling at her mauve-tinted hair.

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