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What is the main idea of the BFG?
Last Updated: 3rd June, 2021
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Also know, what is the moral of the BFG?
Answer and Explanation: The moral of The BFG is not to judge people based on their appearances. The BFG is frightening-looking, a massive figure who overshadows Sophie.
Likewise, what is the story of the BFG? Roald Dahl's The BFG is a story about a friendly giant known as The BFG who collects and gives good dreams to children, and an orphan named Sophie. Together The BFG and Sophie, with help from the Queen of England, help to rid the world of the child-eating giants.
Subsequently, question is, what is the meaning of the BFG?
In some circles, the BFG is a rapper also known as 'Big F--kin Gangsta,' in others, BFG stands for "Big F--king Gun" — a term popularized by the Doom and Quake video game series. But, for other, more innocent ears, BFG has only one meaning: Big Friendly Giant.
Why does the BFG take Sophie?
To stop the giants, Sophie and the BFG go to the Queen of England, who traps the giants in a pit. The BFG kidnaps Sophie so that she can't tell anyone about his existence. He fears being captured and put in a zoo. He's much nicer than his fellow giants, who treat him terribly and eat human beings for every meal.