Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Section 2: Chapters 7-11 Summary & Analysis

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The creature in the elevator was a real alien. It looked like a brown egg with eyes. It did not speak, but just stared at the humans. One by one, each of the five elevators came to rest on the same floor. They all opened, revealing five similarly shaped aliens. Each of them started stretching out into a snake-like shape. They formed English letters, spelling out the word: “Scram.” With this, the humans pushed the bed back into the Great Glass Elevator and flew off from the Space Hotel.

As the Great Glass Elevator charged through space, a Vermicious Knid the size of a whale hunted them. It ramped up speed and rammed them, but all that did was shake the elevator and give the big Knid a bruise. It made Wonka sing a long song about wanting to help the Knid...

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