The Witches by Roald Dahl Summary (Question and Answer)

Chapter Seven (The Witches by Roald Dahl)

Chap. 7 Frizzled like a Fritter
22 66 Whilst hiding in the Ballroom during the Witch’s meeting, why was the narrator so relieved to remember that he hadn’t showered in a very long time, nor had he even washed his hands or his face? His grandmother had told him that the witches would have trouble smelling out a child if they weren’t clean because the stink-rays couldn’t penetrate the dirt.

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