The Wide Window

The Wide Window

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  • My husband, Ike Anwhistle,was eaten by leeches in that lake.
  • Ging!
  • He is Count Olaf!
  • I am Captain Sham.
  • Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire waiting for Mr Poe, the manager of their estate, to bring them to their new home in the town of Lake Lachrymose.
  • Read it!
  • For Violet
  • What's this?
  • The Baudelaires new guardian, Aunt Josephine, Giving them a tour around the house. In her library, there is a big window that has a view of Lake Lachrymose.
  • This cave is for sale! Do you want to stay in here or sail back to town to see Mr Poe?
  • Oh no! Not realtors!
  • As there was a storm called Hurricane Herman approaching, the children and Aunt Josephine went to a nearby grocery store to gather supplies but encountered Count Olaf, an evil villain who was the children's previous guardian.
  • When the children were sleeping, they were awoken by a loud crash. While searching for Aunt Josephine, they found a suicide note in the library and found the wide window smashed.
  • After escaping Count Olaf's henchmen, the children stole a sailboat and sailed to the Curdled Cave to look for Aunt Josephine. When they found her, she told them that she did not attempt suicide but used a foot stool to smash the window. They then convinced her to sail back to town with them to see Mr Poe.
  • When the children and their boarded the sail boat, Aunt Josephine admitted that she ate a banana before the boarded, which attracted the leeches. As the boat started sinking due to the damage caused by the hungry leeches, Count Olaf arrived on his sailboat to save them. But when Aunt Josephine corrected a grammatical error in Count Olaf's sentence, he threw her into the lake with the leeches.
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