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RE: Chapter Two
Posted by: michellek
When: 4/12/2004 5:09:58 PM
The children in this chapter had to pick up and move against their own will. Even though I thankfully have never been in the same situation as the children, I can recall when I had to move even though I did not want to. I was much older than these young children, I was already in High School. The children expressed how hard it is for them to move to a place where they would feel lonely and have no one. Even the promise of not being to far from home was not enough for the children. I can empathize with this. When the children saw Count Olaf's house, they realized this would never feel like home. They would feel as though they were being watched by the numerous amount of eyes located around the house. No place to call home could quite possibly be the worst thing in a person's life, especially a child's life. In response to: Please describe your thoughts on this chapter from your literature circle role perspective.
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