Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Section 4: Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

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Once more, Wonka offered the Wonka-Vite pills to the old ones in Chapter 15. Grandpa George made him swear that they would do only what he promised they would do. Charlie questioned the pill, remembering what happened when Violet ate a pill in the previous story, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. She had a terrible fate. Wonka reminded him that he never gave her the pill; she snatched it and ate it against his warnings. This time was different. This time, he was telling them it was safe.

He placed the pill bottle between them on the bed, and the three old ones snatched at it, grabbing furiously. Wonka lost interest and wandered off. He couldn't bear to watch people fight.

There happened to be 12 pills in the bottle, so each of the old ones took four. Mr. and Mrs. Bucket each wanted...

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