Objects & Places from The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue

Mackenzi Lee
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Baseggio Puzzle Box

This object, designed to securely hold a precious item, sets much of the plot of the novel in motion when it is stolen from a nobleman's apartments in France.

Percy's Violin

This instrument is precious to a main character and represents a link between that character and the character's father.

Alcohol

Monty uses this substance to escape and numb some of his pain and trauma, and he often ends up in difficult situations of his own making because of it.

Panacea

This cure-all for illnesses is sought after by many characters in the novel, though in the end it turns out to take quite a grisly form as it is ensconced within a human heart.

Felicity's Book Covers

These dressings for books symbolize the lengths to which Felicity must go to hide her ambitions and passions from the world simply because she is a girl...

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