The Witches - Mr. Jenkins and His Son – It’s Off to Work We Go Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Jenkins and His Son – Mr. Jenkins demands to know where his son is, believing Bruno and the narrator are off causing trouble somewhere. Mr. Jenkins then says he believes Grandmamma is a part of things too, for her joke about the mouse. Grandmamma explains it is no joke. Bruno then appears from the purse to say hello. Mr. Jenkins is stunned, but vows to care for Bruno. He wants to know how such a thing could happen. Grandmamma then explains what has happened. Mr. Jenkins is enraged, and storms over toward the Grand High Witch.

The Triumph – Before Mr. Jenkins reaches the table, the witches begin to shout and scream as they begin to transform into mice. The narrator is thrilled that his plan is working. All the normal people in the...

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