The Reptile Room - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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The children stand in shock after the Incredibly Deadly Viper bites Sunny on the chin. However, she does not appear concerned, and in turn, she bites the viper on the nose. The horrified children look to Uncle Monty, and he reveals that since he discovered the snake, he got to name him. He chose a misnomer, or a name that means the opposite of what the subject is, as a practical joke.

The children are relieved, and Sunny becomes fast friends with the viper. The children get to pick their own rooms, each suited to the child's own personal taste. Violet's room has white paper tacked up on the walls so that she can sketch her invention ideas. Klaus' room has a reading nook with a comfortable chair and a heavy brass lamp. Sunny's room is full of hard objects to bite and has a play area...

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