Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chapters 21 - 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 sees the removal of another family from the tour, as Violet Beauregard snatches a stick of Mr. Wonka’s experimental chewing gum against his wishes and suffers a dangerous side effect. The gum, which, when chewed continuously, changes flavours to emulate a full course meal, malfunctions at the ‘dessert’ stage of the flavour and causes Violet to blow up like a balloon and turn the colour violet: she becomes a blueberry, like the blueberry pie the stick of gum was tasting like. Her parents are mad with worry as the Oompa-Loompas take her to a separate room to be ‘juiced’ and fixed, singing a song of her foolishness.

Chapter 22 is extremely brief and only describes the journey of the remaining tour members as they move briskly through the maze-like factory, passing many doors which hide incredible treats being made in secret rooms...

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