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RE: Chapter Two
Posted by: DanielleI
When: 4/11/2004 2:27:02 PM
Passage Master In chapter 2, many important events have taken place for the Baudelaire orphans such as dealing with their parents death, living with Mr. Poe's family for some time, and now adjusting to their knew home with Count Olaf, a distant relative in heart, but close geographically. As the children arrived at their knew "dilapidated" home, they noticed a carving of an eye into his front door. I believe that this carving will be some sort of significance in the story later on. It was mentioned twice within the chapter. It was most significant in the last paragraph of chapter 2 on page 25. The children noticed a tattoo on Count Olaf's ankle, matching the eye on his front door. The children were concerned about this and wondered if this "eye" will be watching them for the rest of their lives? In response to: Please describe your thoughts on this chapter from your literature circle role perspective.
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