A heartbreaking letter from Roald Dahl on measles…worth the timely reblog, considering the measles outbreak in Toronto at the moment…
Roald Dahl wrote James and The Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Matilda. He’s one of the greatest children’s authors the world has ever known.
But the following letter he wrote in 1988 is perhaps the most poignant copy he’s ever written. In it, he describes how his daughter died from the measles many years before (h/t to Vox):
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