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Lemony Snicket:
The Unauthorized Autobiography

Vineyard of Fragrant Drapes

  • (UA.84) Sebald Coded message in a letter to Lemony Snicket reads:
    "Hello. If You are alive, do not come Here the count will burn you and Beatrice stay away."
    One assumes the 'count' referenced above is Olaf. This threat may have something to do with the breaking of Lemony and Beatrice's engagement.

  • (UA.84) The Anxious Clown and Cafe Salmonella, as well as another restuarant that specializes in tea parties (Lemony prefers this third unnamed restuarant over the former two) are near the Vineyard.

  • (UA.85) Letter to Lemony Snicket is signed "With all due respect." This phrase therefore may be another sign of VFD involvement.

  • (UA.86) Photo includes the words "Beatrice and Lemony: Love Conquers Nearly Everything" Is this part of the Vineyard's warning to not come to the Vineyard, or are they just pessimists?

  • (UA.87) Letter to Jerome Squalor:
    Title changed to "Vineyard of Fragrant Grapes," most likely to hide the establishment's association with VFD from Esme, or just anybody they know is not in VFD. The Squalors' wedding was catered by Cafe Salmonella.

  • (6.30) Jerome and Esme had been married by the time the Baudelaire mansion had burned down.

  • (6.46) The Squalors had moved in to 667 Dark Avenue only a few weeks before becoming the Baudelaires' guardians.

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