我要charlie and the chocolate factory ge book report
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The Bucket family—the hero of the story, Charlie Bucket; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bucket; and his four grandparents, Grandpa Joe, Grandma Josephine, Grandpa George, and Grandma Georgina—is a loving but poor family. They live in a small house with only one bed, which the four grandparents share. Charlie and his parents sleep on mattresses on the floor. Mr. Bucket works in a toothpaste factory and barely earns enough money to feed his family. They are forced to subsist on bread and margarine for breakfast, boiled potatoes and cabbage for lunch, and cabbage soup for supper. Charlie longs for more filling foods, especially chocolate, which he receives only once a year on his birthday. On that day he gets one bar of Wonka chocolate, which he savors for months and months. Charlie’s house sits on the outskirts of a large town that is famous for the Wonka chocolate factory. Charlie must pass by the Wonka chocolate factory every day on his way to and from school. Each day as he walks by the factory’s colossal iron gates, Charlie inhales deeply and prays that someday he will get to venture inside the factory.
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