Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chapters 11 - 15 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 11, Charlie enters a nearby store with his dollar bill, and buys a candy bar which he devors quickly. The store-keeper is amused by Charlie’s behavior, even moreso when Charlie requests one more bar hesitantly. Charlie picks it up, tears off the wrapper, and sees a flash of gold. Suddenly, a whirlwind of activity ensues. The store-keeper shouts, “The kid’s found the last Golden Ticket!” (50), and passersby are drawn to the scene in excitement, offering to buy the ticket off of him. The store-keeper intervenes leading a dazed Charlie to the door and sending him on his way with some advice: Don’t you let anybody have it!” (51) Charlie, still mute, nods and runs home. As he passes Wonka’s Factory on his way, he screams out at the gates in delight, “I’ll be seeing you! I’ll be...

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