The Witches Characters

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Narrator

The narrator is a never-named, seven-year-old boy who is bright, kindhearted, and adventurous. The narrator is devastated by the death of his parents due to a car accident, but is grateful to have his grandmother, Grandmamma, as a guardian.

The narrator learns all about witches from Grandmamma, which helps him to avoid being entrapped by a witch in the garden. The narrator and Grandmamma later go to the sea for vacation, where the narrator stumbles upon a meeting of all the witches in England. He learns of their plan to turn all children in England into mice, but before he can do anything about it, he is turned into a mouse himself.

The narrator then works with Grandmamma to steal the mouse formula, after which time he sneaks it into the soup the witches are eating. With those witches taken care of, the narrator and Grandmamma decide they...

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