Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chapters 26 - 30 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 26, the Teavee family and Grandpa Joe and Charlie enter the Television-Chocolate Room, which is all white and where Oompa-Loompas in strange suits are gravely working. Charlie feels uneasy and in danger, realizing that this is the first time the Oompa-Loompas are truly serious about their work. Mr. Wonka demonstrates his invention: he is able to use the same technology as a television in order to transmit a bar of chocolate across an entire room, breaking up and transporting its particles through the air. Charlie is able to grab the chocolate which appears, and Grandpa Joe is mesmerized. “It will change the world!” (138) he says.

Chapter 27 describes an unfortunate event in which Mike Teavee, eager to be the first human transported by the power of television, runs away from the group and positions himself in front of the giant camera which photographs...

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