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The Bad Beginning
Dustjacket illust. detail Illust. p. 123
What kind of man, Violet wondered, would carve an image of an eye into his front door? [p. 21.]
...Count Olaf had an image of an eye tattooed on his ankle, matching the eye on his front door." [p. 25.]
And the only decoration on the peeling walls was a large and ugly painting of an eye, matching the one on Count Olaf’s ankle and all over the house." [p. 29.]
...instead of a signature Count Olaf would draw an eye at the bottom of the note. [p. 30.]
Violet, Klaus and Sunny walked slowly to the front door and peered through the peephole, which was in the shape of an eye. [p. 34.]
Behind him, one of the eyes painted on the kitchen walls closely watched over each of the Baudelaire children. [p. 77.]
But most of all were the drawings and paintings and carvings of eyes, big and small, all over the room. There were eyes painted on the ceilings, and scratched into the grimy wooden floors. There were eyes scrawled along the windowsill, and one big eye painted on the knob of the door that led to the stairs. It was a terrible place. [p. 125.]

The Bad Beginning (A series of unfortunate events ; bk 1), Lemony Snicket [Daniel Handler]. Illust.: Brett Helquist. New York : HarperCollins, 1999. ISBN: 0-06-440766-7 (paper-overboard) 162p. ill. 19 cm.

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