The Miserable Mill - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

The Baudelaires are wrenched out of their sleep by a cacophony. Foreman Flacutono has arrived in the dormitory and is banging two pots together to wake everyone up. As the children sleepily get their bearings, they find out that there will be no breakfast and that they have to report to work immediately. Phil introduces the children to the foreman who first refers to them as midgets and then as the Baudeliare's.

Foreman Flacutono is dressed in filthy overalls and is wearing a mask that obscures most of his face. His nose can been seen, bent into the mask. Although he is obviously bald, he wears a strange white wig that has hair shooting out in all different directions, like white worms. His disposition is even worse than his appearance. He intentionally drops his pots and then demands that Violet and Sunny pick...

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