Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chapters 6 - 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 briefly describes the whirlwind of Wonka candy bar purchases made around the world as all children hope to be one of the five lucky winners of a Golden Ticket. By the time it is the day before Charlie’s birthday, two Golden Tickets have already been found. One is found by a portly boy named Augustus Gloop, whose mother gushes to the press about just how many candy bars her son eats a day, stating that she simply knew he would get one. The second Golden Ticket is found by a girl from a very rich family named Veruca Salt, whose tantrums and spoiled behaviour led her father to purchase hundreds of bars until the ticket was found. Charlie’s grandparents express their disappointment that it should be those children, so badly behaved as they are, who get to tour Wonka’s...

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