The Miserable Mill - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Morning arrives with the clanging of Foreman Flacutono's pans. Klaus awakes, but does not seem to be in any better state of mind than when he went to bed. He does not know where he is or what happened. The children are interrupted by Foreman Flacutono telling them that Lucky Smells Lumbermill has no room for dawdling. Suddenly, Klaus's eyes go wide and he immediately leaves to dormitory to enter the mill, leaving his shoes behind. Violet calls to Klaus to tell him about his shoes, but he ignores her. Phil prods the girls to follow Klaus and they settle into their work. Violet tries to get Klaus to tell her what is going on but is met with only silence.

After the lunch break, Foreman Flacutono tells Klaus that he will be operating the stamping machine that day. The stamping process comes...

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