by David M. Perry
"The Dahl family has apologized for Roald Dahl's anti-Semitism, but the question remains, for readers and viewers, for TV producers and writers: what might it mean to eat the fruit from this poisoned tree?"
SOURCE: New York Times
The late author's family has issued an apology for the impact of Roald Dahl's public antisemitic comments, suggesting that for good and ill Dahl's life shows the need to be aware of the power of words.
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