A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Wide Window by Lemony Snickets

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A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Wide Window by Lemony Snickets I. Introduction a. Title The title of my book report is " A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Wide Window". It is the third book of the series. b. Author The wonderful and talented personage who wrote this book is Lemony Snickets. He is a studied expert in rhetorical analysis, a distinguished scholar, an amateur connoisseur. c. Brief Summary The Baudelaire Children were orphaned by a fire. They were sent from one place to another, from relative to relative. In this installment, the children are sent to their new guardian, Aunt Josephine. Aunt Josephine lives in this hill above Lake Lachrymose. She is afraid of almost everything, and her only joy in life is grammar. The children thought that she was not going to be a good guardian but they had no other choice. The problem begins when Count Olaf, the children's worst enemy, pretended to be Captain Sham. He is still after the Baudelaire orphans since once he has the custody of the children, he will have their entire fortune. The children find themselves hopeless since Aunt Josephine and Mr. Poe did not believe them when they said that Count Olaf is after them again. Count Olaf, who was still pretending to be Captain Sham, scared Aunt Josephine away, and she ran far far away. The children saw a note saying that Captain Sham is now their legal guardian, and it was signed by Aunt Josephine. Suddenly, Klaus found several grammatical errors on the note thus concluding that Captain Sham just forged her signature. Klaus read the note again and realized that it was a secret message. The message pointed out a place, somewhere near Lake Lachrymose, and it was possibly where Aunt Josephine was. The children immediately went down the hill towards the dock. There, they realized that there was no way they could reach Aunt Josephine. Then, Violet remembered Captain Sham's business, sailboat rentals. They decided to steal one and they took off. Another problem arose- Aunt Josephine did not want to go back to Damocles Dock with them. She was afraid of the leeches that inhibit the lake. But she changed her mind of staying in Curdled Cave forever when one of the children told her that the cave was to be sold. She was so scared of realtors that she decided to come. A bigger problem was when the leeches started attacking the runaway boat of the four.

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