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The Vile Village Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Three Summary

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Chapter Three Summary

As they walk to their new home with Hector, the Baudelaire children witness the daily roosting of the town's crows as, at the exact same moment, they all fly from their perches, swirl through the air like a giant, black tornado, and come to rest on the giant tree outside Hector's house. As they walk, Hector tells them what the village's initials, V.F.D., stand for: Village of Fowl Devotees. The Baudelaires are disappointed by this answer as it gives them no further information into the Quagmire triplets' disappearance, as they had been hoping. Throughout their conversation, the Baudelaires tells Hector everything about their parents' death, their encounters with Count Olaf, and their friendship with the Quagmires. As they share their terrible past, they feel a sense of trust forming for the first time in a long time: Hector is an adult who actually...

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