The Penultimate Peril - Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven Summary

After meeting back at the concierge desk at 3:00, the Baudelaire children have no time to relax, nor to discuss the curious events they have just experienced. Their duties call them hither and fro, running down hotel corridors and rushing to guests' rooms. It isn't until nearly midnight when the children can finally sit down behind the front desk to talk. Klaus records every detail of each of their days in his commonplace book, hoping that the net of information will puzzle out a clue to whom they can trust and whom they cannot. The Baudelaires find it most curious that Carmelita Spats should request a harpoon gun, that Frank/Ernest requested birdpaper to be hung above the sauna, and that there are conflicting accounts claiming J.S. is both a woman and a man.

Klaus frustratedly concludes that each of the...

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