Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Section 5: Chapters 18-20 Summary & Analysis

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Charlie and Wonka returned triumphantly to the chocolate room in Chapter 18, but the rest of the family looked scared. Lying in the bed was a woman so old she looked fossilized. Charlie embraced her as Grandma Georgina, but the rest of the family was wary.

They needed to give her Wonka-Vite to offset the overdose of Vita-Wonk that she received. Mrs. Bucket did not want any more meddling from Wonka, but Wonka convinced her that he was the only one who would be able to turn her back to the way she was. He offered to make her even younger, but no one but Charlie and Grandpa Joe trusted that he would be able to do it right. In order to give her enough pills, they first had to determine how old she was. One pill would remove 20 years. Wonka tried, but...

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