The Visitor (Roald Dahl)


The Visitor (Roald Dahl)

The Visitor is a short story written by Roald Dahl, published in the 1974 book "Switch Bitch", centred on Uncle Oswald and the adventures he so luridly describes in his elaborate diaries. In this story, he has amorous designs on his Syrian host's wife and teenage daughter, with unfortunate and unexpected consequences.

See also

*Bitch
*My Uncle Oswald
*Switch Bitch


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