The Slippery Slope - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

Count Olaf is astounded to hear Violet say she knows where the missing sugar bowl is as Chapter Thirteen opens. He insists that she give it to him, but she insists in return that he hand Sunny over. Violet is bluffing. She does not actually know where the sugar bowl is.

Esme tries to convince Olaf to let Sunny go, but he is reluctant. Getting the Baudelaire fortune is more important than the sugar bowl, he argues, but she replies that the sugar bowl is more important. They bicker back and forth until the man with the beard interrupts them angrily. He reminds them of their plan, which will soon allow them to steal the fortunes of many families. He tells Olaf's followers to bring Sunny to him, and they give him the large covered casserole dish inside which they believe...

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