Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Section 3: Chapters 12-14 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 12, the Great Glass Elevator crashed into the roof of the Chocolate Factory, guided by Charlie, Wonka, and Grandpa Joe. It was going fast enough to smash through the roof. There was a tremendous crunching sound, and then the elevator's descent smoothed into a movement almost like a roller coaster on sturdy rails. Charlie looked around and saw that they were now in the Chocolate Factory, in the Chocolate Room. This was a jungle where everything was made of chocolate.

The crew was greeted by a horde of Oompa-Loompas. These were energetic and agreeable little people who helped Wonka run the factory. They sung a song welcoming them back, because they feared that Wonka and his friends had been eaten by the Knids.

The Oompa-Loompas pushed the old ones' bed out of the elevator. By this time, the crew was readjusting...

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