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The Vile Village Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Violet Baudelaire

Violet Baudelaire is the eldest child in the Baudelaire family. She is described as being a very pretty fourteen-year-old girl who is a genius when it comes to inventing. Brett Helquist's illustrations suggest that she has wavy, dark brown hair. When thinking, she ties her hair in a ribbon, in order to keep it out of her face. After her parents' deaths last year, Violet has taken over the leadership role in her family, but insists that all three children must work together to overcome their obstacles. When working together, each of the Baudelaire children has a skill they are particularly good at and Violet is particularly skilled at inventing devices. She often invents devices to help herself and her siblings in dangerous situations, using only simple objects such as everyday food items, rubber bands, and tin cans. She is an amazing inventor, constructing various items throughout...

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