The Wide Window - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Aunt Josephine is an elderly woman, who wears her hair piled on the top of her head. She has many strange fears. For example, she keeps her house cold because she is afraid of the radiator. She does not answer the telephone because she believes it might electrocute her. Aunt Josephine does not even use doorknobs because she is afraid it will shatter and one of the pieces will end up in her eye.

Now that her husband, Ike, is dead, the love of Aunt Josephine's life is grammar. She does her best to decipher what Sunny is trying to say, which is still unintelligible to all but Violet and Klaus. She believes that the Baudelaire children are in great need of grammar lessons.

The children are shown to their new room, which they will share. Violet and Klaus each have a bed...

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