Matilda - Chapter 15: The Second Miracle Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15: The Second Miracle Summary

As the class leaves the room after their exciting day, Matilda stays behind to talk to Miss Honey. She does not think she can keep her experience with a water glass a secret, but she knows that telling either or her parents would be a mistake. Instead, she decides to tell her teacher. Matilda begins by repeating that she was not the one to put the water in the glass, which Miss Honey says she knows. Matilda continues to say that she was the one who knocked the glass over, even though she did not get out of her seat. She says, "I was so angry at being accused of something I hadn't done that I made it happen...I made the glass tip over" (pg. 172.) Miss Honey is amused by this wonderful child's imagination and decides...

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