Klaus Baudelaire

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    around this book. The season ended at this book, so I decided to read it. A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Austere Academy is the fifth book in the series out of thirteen. This series follows a group of three children, named Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire, whose parents were killed in a fire. The parents left behind an enormous fortune, but the children cannot get access to the money until Violet, the oldest of the kids, turns eighteen. The three siblings are constantly moving because…

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    I wish I could tell you that the Baudelaires’ first impressions of Count Olaf and his house were incorrect, as first impressions so often are. But these impressions-that Count Olaf was a horrible person, and his house a depressing pigsty-were absolutely correct. During the first few days after the orphans arrival at Count Olaf’s, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny attempted to make themselves feel at home, but it was really no use. Even though Count Olaf’s house was quite large, the three children were…

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    The first book of A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Bad Beginning is written by Lemony Snicket. The book starts out when the Baudelaire children are on Briny Beach where they receive terrible news about their parent’s death. They had to live with the Mr. Poe and his family, people they knew, until Mr. Poe found the relative they were supposed to live with when both of their parents died. The relative they stayed with had the name of Count Olaf. While living at Count Olaf’s house the children…

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    development of the characters for the most part. Violet and Klaus’ problem solving skills was admirable and interesting, although I would have like to see Count Olaf receive more characteristics, other than just his shiny eyes, his monobrow and the tattoo on his left ankle. This would help us to hate him more than we already do and help us to think of him as the malevolent and dastardly monster that he is. It would also lead to Violet and Klaus thinking up different ways to spot Count Olaf out,…

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    Summary The series of unfortunate events : a slippery slope details the misadventures of the children Sunny, Klaus and Violet. In the story the youngest of the Baudelaire's, Sunny, gets abducted by a gang of villains. Their leader being Count Oaf who has tormented the children ever since he found out about their fortunes. As the plot unfolds you find out that the children's allegedly dead parents may not even be dead. They obtain this information from a secret organization known as the VDF…

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    After the event that lead to their parents death the Baudelaire children became very depressed in book 1 The bad beginning it states “It is useless for me to describe to you how terrible Violet, Klaus, and even Sunny felt in the time that followed. If you have ever lost someone very important to you, then you already know how it feels, and if you haven't, you cannot possibly…

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