The Wide Window - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

The Baudelaires work together to return to shore with their Aunt Josephine. Violet operates the sail, while Klaus makes sure they are on the right track and Sunny steers the boat with the tiller. Aunt Josephine is of little help, as she sits in the back of the boat wearing two life jackets and constantly repeating, "Oh no."

Looking out at the water, Aunt Josephine says, "Oh no" again, but this time she means it. They have entered the territory of the feared Lake Lachrymose leeches. Violet tries to calm her aunt by telling her that they haven't eaten anything recently and that there is no need to be frightened. However, that isn't completely true. While The Baudelaires have had nothing to eat since their lunch at the Anxious Clown, Aunt Josephine had a banana right before the children arrived at Curdled Cave...

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