The Vile Village - Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven Summary

Chapter Seven opens with the admission that there are many terrible places to be in the world, but one of the worst places to be is in a quandary. The Baudelaire children are in a terrible quandary now: Count Olaf is on the loose, and innocent man is sentenced to die, and they are no closer to discovering the true whereabouts of the Quagmire triplets than they were yesterday. All the hope the children had has dissipated, leaving them more depressed than ever. They sit in Hector's dining room too confused and frustrated to eat. Hector encourages them to feed their bodies first, their thoughts will soon follow. Reluctantly, the children eat their huevos rancheros and almost immediately, their thoughts start flowing.

Sunny is the first to have a suggestion: she hopes that tomorrow morning, a new couplet will be waiting for them beneath Nevermore...

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