Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Setting

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Space Hotel “U.S.A.”

The Space Hotel “U.S.A.” is a sausage-shaped ship more than 1,000 feet long. Inside, there is a tennis court, swimming pool, gymnasium, children's playroom, and 500 luxury bedrooms, each with a private bath. Much of the action in the beginning of the book surrounds the space hotel. It is described by the author as a marvel of modern technology, but there is a bit of subtext in the language suggesting that the author is critical of such extravagance.

The Chocolate Factory

The Chocolate Factory is Wonka's claim to fame, and the reason the outside world knows of him. In actuality, he is an inventor who happens to love candy. In this book, the reader sees only the chocolate room, where everything is made of chocolate. The space adventure kicks off because Wonka wants to go back to the factory. In order to do so...

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