If she knows things like "The World is Quiet Here" and "A word which here means", then yes, she's probably read the books, unless volunteers really do define everything like Lemony does. By the way, I looked it up, and did you know the name Lemony means melancholy?
Ok, unless you want to have the entire series spoiled, leave immediately.
So... everything you've told us is true, then?
Nevermind, as it turns out IShmael did not found VFD.
YESSS! FINALLY, DUNCAN IS WINNING!!!!!!! YES, DUNCAN! YOU DESERVE THIS! YOU ARE SUPERIOR TO YOUR BROTHER IN EVERY WAY IMAGINABLE EXCEPT DRAWING MAPS!
Can anybody think of a love triangle for Dewey and Kit?
You're quite welcome, ATQUEVALE.
You should have included Quigley and Duncan as well.
I feel like Sunny and Beatrice would have been far too young to operate the boat by themselves, so I'm pretty sure that Violet and Klaus at least made it to the mainland, and it seems like they lived there for quite some time, since Beatrice only starts looking for them once she's ten years old. Beatrice could also read and write, which could have been taught to her by the Baudelaires. That would make Violet 25-ish and completely eligible to inherit the famous Baudelaire fortune. I find it quite unlikely there was any fortune left to inherit, however, since it was hinted that the Baudelaire fortune was stolen. Besides which, if Violet had the fortune and Beatrice was lost, she'd probably hire people to go out and find her. Wow, I've gotten really off topic, haven't I? Sorry. But, just curious, who else agrees my assumptions are likely?
Prufrock Preparatory School wasn't, as I like to call it, VFD Academy (the school for young volunteers). He could have been expelled from Prufrock for flunking P.E. and then kidnapped, tattooed and shipped off to VFD academy.
It makes sense since she went on a dangerous journey to find her family.
For some reason I feel like if she's a member of some secret organization or other, ebooks are possible, but I feel like if she were as superfan, she would have the books, since even a lot of just regular fans have the books. Did anything look... unusual in her library? Anything that looked like it could move? Any books by famous poets or authors mentioned in the series?
While I would love to know the secrets of VFD, I think they should be kept under wraps and left for people to figure out rather than just be told, and for that reason, ATQUEVALE, I wholeheartedly agree.
Is that a quote?
Like, this teacher is a real person? If she is, then I'd say you should just subtly question her about this "organization". It's honestly hard to say... but if VFD is, like, a real thing, if we knew for sure it existed, then I'd say she's a volunteer, 100%.
You're telling the truth, right?
You misspelled "weird" both times.
Squalor Theodora Markson? Really?
Isadora was Ravenclaw. Sorry this took forever, we switched our internet plans and i never got to use my computer.
To answer your question you would need to figure out some stuff about Ishmael, the founder of vfd. I'll do some digging, see what i can find.