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In each of these books, the author encourages and in some cases, implores the reader to put the book down. Why do you think he does this?

The employees at the lumbermill seem resigned to accept coupons for their work, even though this means that they have no money. Why do you think they allow this to continue?

The Baudelaires' new guardian, Sir, has forced the children to work in the lumbermill. Charles tells the children that it is because Sir had a bad childhood. Why do you think that he treats the Baudelaire children in this manner?

Phil's optimism is remarkable. Can you describe three instances where common sense would dictate a different response than the one Phil gives to a situation?

In this book, the author tells the reader that doctors are not children's friends. Describe how you believe that this could...

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