Matilda - Chapter 14: The First Miracle Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14: The First Miracle Summary

Having thoroughly berated Matilda and the class, Miss Trunchbull takes a break to pour herself a glass of water from the blue pitcher carefully placed on her desk by Lavender. She first takes a minute to continue to rave about the problems with children, and then picks up the jug and pours herself a glass of water. Into her class falls the newt, and a terrified Miss Trunchbull jumps out of her chair. As soon as she has recovered, she has Matilda stand up and accuses her of putting the creature into the water. Matilda does her best to stand up for herself, even going so far as to shout at the Headmistress, but it does not matter. Miss Trunchbull calls her names and threatens to expel her from school and forces her to sit back down...

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