The Austere Academy - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The next day arrives and the Baudelaires head for Nero's office. On the way, they realize they don't have an appointment to meet with him and will be forced to eat their breakfast without any utensils. They joke about what they'll do if oatmeal or eggs are served and this reminds them of a picnic they had before their parents' death. At the picnic, the Baudelaires had forgotten to bring silverware and had to eat sweet-and-sour shrimp with their hands. Each child remembers that special day and the fun they had with their parents. Then, as their laughter fades, they are reminded of the stark reality of their situation.

Nero is irritated at being interrupted and mocks the children as they try to tell him that they think Count Olaf is in the school. To avoid letting on what they know, the children give various examples of...

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