The Wide Window - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

The revelation that Captain Sham is really Count Olaf shocks Mr. Poe. Count Olaf tries to claim that the children are still his, but Mr. Poe informs him that since his name is not Captain Sham, the adoption is void. Count Olaf brags that this would have been best plot yet, if Aunt Josephine hadn't ruined it by faking her death. Even though their aunt just betrayed them, the children defend her actions as best they can.

Once again, Count Olaf runs off and Mr. Poe cries vainly after him to stop. He doesn't allow the children to chase after him and Count Olaf and his associate get away, leaving Mr. Poe and the children on the dock.

The realization of all that has taken place sinks into the Baudelaires and they sit on the pavement. They realize that they still have each...

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