Matilda - Chapter 20: The Third Miracle Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20: The Third Miracle Summary

This time, when Miss Trunchbull arrives in Matilda's classroom after lunch, the class knows what to expect and is more prepared to answer Miss Trunchbull's questions exactly as they should. However, Miss Trunchbull is still not satisfied, asking them to recite their spelling words backwards and phrasing the three times table in a confusing manner. She is holding a small boy upside down by one leg when he suddenly shouts and points to the chalkboard. A piece of chalk is moving all by itself and writing on the board. The whole class is transfixed by the chalk, but Miss Trunchbull is the most shaken, as the chalk is writing her first name. Only Miss Honey is able to look away from the chalkboard; she is watching Matilda, knowing that the little girl is really in control of...

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