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A Series of Unfortunate Events S02 Complete NF Web-DL 720p 1080p x264 | HEVC

A Series of Unfortunate Events S02 Complete NF Web-DL 720p 1080p x264 | HEVC

A Series of Unfortunate Events S02 Complete NF Web-DL 720p 1080p x264 | HEVC

A Series of Unfortunate Events S02
American comedy series
7.9/10IMDb

Production location: Vancouver
Genres: Drama, Black comedy
Date: March 30, 2018
No. of Episodes: 10
Network: Netflix
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A Series of Unfortunate Events is a series of thirteen children’s novels by Lemony Snicket, the pen name of American author Daniel Handler. The books follow the turbulent lives of VioletKlaus, and Sunny Baudelaire. After their parents’ death in a fire, the children are placed in the custody of a murderous relative, Count Olaf, who attempts to steal their inheritance and, later, orchestrates numerous disasters with the help of his accomplices as the children attempt to flee. As the plot progresses, the Baudelaires gradually confront further mysteries surrounding their family and deep conspiracies involving a secret society known as V.F.D., with connections to both Olaf and their parents. The series is narrated by Snicket, who dedicates each of his works to his deceased love interest, Beatrice, and often attempts to dissuade the reader from continuing to read the Baudelaires’ story.

Characterized by Victorian Gothic tones and absurdist textuality,[5][6] the books are noted for their dark humor, sarcastic storytelling, and anachronistic elements, as well as frequent cultural and literary allusions.[3][7] They have been classified as postmodern and metafictional writing, with the plot evolution throughout the later novels being cited as an exploration of the psychological process of transition from the idyllic innocence of childhood to the moral complexity of maturity.[8][9][10]Likewise, the final installments of the series are also acknowledged for their escalatingly intricate ethical ambiguity toward philosophical ambivalence, as the nature of some of the Baudelaires’ actions becomes increasingly harder to discern from those of their antagonist counterparts and more characters are revealed to be responsible for permanent wrongdoing, despite their identification with the self-proclaimed good side of the tale

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