The Miserable Mill - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

When Violet and Sunny enter the waiting room, they realize exactly what Dr. Orwell meant. Sitting behind a desk is Count Olaf, disguised as a woman named Shirley. The girls immediately see through his disguise and badger him with questions. He calmly agrees with them and maintains a nice demeanor, much to their surprise. After a few verbal volleys, Count Olaf reveals that Sir will be handing the children over to him very soon. This seems impossible at the moment, but the remainder of Count Olaf's plan has yet to be revealed.

Klaus joins the girls in the waiting room and once again, he is acting strangely and his eyes are very wide. He calls Violet Veronica and seems to be in a daze. Dr. Orwell tells them that they can leave and Violet is shocked that they won't be held. The children...

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