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The Miserable Mill - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Mr. Poe has arrived at the mill after hearing about the accident and joins Charles, Sir and the children in Sir's office. Sir keeps repeating how dreadful it is. The children are still in shock from what they just went through and from watching Dr. Orwell back into a spinning saw. Sir thinks it is unbelievable that Dr. Orwell was really a hypnotist and he thinks Violet was lucky to figure out how to unhypnotize him before Charles was killed. Charles thinks it is unbelievable that Foreman Flacutono grabbed him in the middle of the night and strapped him to the sawing machine and he also thinks that he is lucky Klaus invented a device to save him. Mr. Poe thinks it is unbelievable that Shirley was going to adopt the children to get their fortune, but thinks it is lucky that she has gone back to...

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