The Wide Window - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

The children rush to Damocles Dock with the atlas in hopes of finding the ferry still operating. However, due to the hurricane, there are absolutely no boats on the lake and no one is willing to risk taking the children to the Curdled Cave.

Violet remembers that Captain Sham has a sailboat business and the children decide to "borrow" a sailboat from him. They rush over to his business, but to their surprise, they find Count Olaf's colleague, the one that looks like neither a man nor a woman, asleep in the shack. The keys that they need to unlock the gate so they can reach the boat are in the creature's hand. Violet convinces her siblings that the only way to save Aunt Josephine is to steal a boat. Klaus and Violet try to figure out how to get the keys away...

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