Poem Analysis: 'The Slippery Slope'

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The Slippery Slope In The Slippery Slope, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire struggled to find the last safe place, which was also known as Hotel Denouement. After falling into the Stricken Stream and floating away, the author (Lemony Snicket) revealed a poem’s certain quatrain portrayed their dire situation. Another picture did the same and showed their nervousness and confusion throughout the perilous adventure. As described by Lemony Snicket, the first half of the quatrain (That no life lives forever, that dead men rise up never) showed that almost all the men in the Baudelaires’ lives either died or didn’t care for them. Some men were harsh on the orphans and tried to steal their fortune, which the

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