Matilda - Chapter 18: The Names; Chapter 19: The Practice Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18: The Names; Chapter 19: The Practice Summary

Matilda is shocked by the revelation that Miss Honey's aunt is Miss Trunchbull, but Miss Honey steers the conversation back to Matilda and to her ability. She is ready to start experimenting with Matilda's ability by testing it across a longer distance, but Matilda asks if she could maybe just go home instead. They walk home in silence, and by the time they get there, Matilda admits that she has been thinking of a plan. Miss Honey protests, but is willing to answer a few of Matilda's final questions about her life story. Matilda asks what Miss Honey was called by her father and Miss Trunchbull when she was a child, and also what her father called her aunt and what her aunt called her father. Miss Honey responds that they were called...

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