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Series of Unfortunate Events, The Wide Window

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Joey Hall

on 2 June 2011

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Transcript of Series of Unfortunate Events, The Wide Window

The Resolution is that after Captain Sham and the children got off of the lake, Mr. Poe found out that he was Count Olaf. Then Count Olaf escaped. Finally, the Baudelaires will have to find a new guardian. The Wide Window
Series of Unfortunate Events
By: Lemony Snicket Genre:
Realistic Fiction Main Characters:
Violet- hard working because she makes inventions to help in their problems
Klaus- outgoing because he reads all of the books he can
Sunny- likes to bite
Count Olaf- disguised because he was disguised as Captain Sham
Aunt Josephine- frightened because she is frightened of everything around her Setting:
Lake Lachrymose
and Aunt Josephine's house Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Theme:
Never give up
I think that it is to never give up because the Baudelaires never give up, no matter what situation they are in. The Exposition is
that Violet, Klaus
and Sunny Baudelaire
go to live with their
Aunt Josephine and
they see Count Olaf,
disguised as Captain Sham. The Rising Action is
that Captain Sham is trying to get the Baudelaires for himself so that he can have their fortune. Captain Sham keeps calling Aunt Josephine to talk to her about giving him the kids. The Climax is when Aunt Josephine writes a note saying that she has killed herself and that the Baudelaires belong to Captain Sham now. She also broke the big window to make it look like she jumped out of it. In the note that she had written, she put in grammar errors, but since she loves grammar, she usually doesn't make errors. So the children knew that something was fishy. The Falling Action is when the Baudelaires figured out that the grammar errors spelled out Curdled Cave, and it was one of the places that Aunt Josephine talked about that was around the lake. Then they found out that Aunt Josephine wasn't really dead and she just acted like it. After that the children went to Curdled Cave and found Aunt Josephine. Next Captain Sham went out onto the lake and pushed Aunt Josephine overboard into the leeches. Conflict:
The Conflict is Characters vs. Character because the Baudelaire children keep running into Count Olaf who wants to take their fortune, just when they have met a good guardian.
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