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The Vile Village Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Four Summary

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Chapter Four Summary

As soon as the children read the poem, they know that Isadora Quagmire wrote it. They know that Count Olaf kidnapped the triplets to try to gain access to their huge sapphire fortune. When they read the poem, the Baudelaires are speechless and shaking, so Hector leaves them alone to discuss their thoughts. Klaus fears that Hector may have been involved in the kidnapping somehow, so he is now hesitant to entrust him with information about their search. After a short discussion, however, Violet convinces him that Hector is the only adult they can trust.

Over a dinner of homemade enchiladas, the children and Hector come up with a plan to use the poem to find the Quagmire triplets. The first thing they need to find out is how the poem made its way to Hector's front lawn. Did Isadora bring it herself? If so...

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