The Wide Window - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Violet, Klaus and Sunny try to convince Mr. Poe that Aunt Josephine's note is really a forgery. However, he is not buying into this theory and asks the children to provide a sample of Aunt Josephine's writing for comparison. The children remember that Aunt Josephine had written a grocery list the previous day and they find it in the kitchen.

The writing is a perfect match and Mr. Poe reveals that it is indeed a legal document and the children have no choice but to go to the care of Captain Sham. Once again, the children try to tell Mr. Poe that Captain Sham is really Count Olaf in disguise but he does not believe them.

Mr. Poe schedules a lunch meeting with Captain Sham and asks the children to get ready to go with him. Klaus looks at the letter once more...

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