The Miserable Mill - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Klaus begins to push what he thinks is a board into the saw, at the direction of Foreman Flacutono. No amount of screaming or pleading on the part of his sisters will stop him. Finally, Violet recognizes a pattern. Every time Foreman Flacutono tells Klaus to do something, he uses the word "lucky." Violet and the Foreman begin ordering Klaus to push the log away and put it back respectively, each using the word "lucky." This goes on for a few minutes until another voice shouts, "Lucky." Dr. Orwell has entered the mill, with Shirley in tow. She then orders Klaus not to listen to his sister and all of Violet's efforts fail.

Violet begs Dr. Orwell not to allow her brother to do this, but the doctor just laughs. She reveals that Count Olaf agreed to split the Baudelaire fortune with her...

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