From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Setting & Symbolism

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Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, also known as the Met, is a focal point in New York City for great works of art as well as one that regularly displays priceless works and antiques

Sarcophagus

The resting place, often bejeweled, of Egyptian mummies

Angel Statue

A small, marble statue supposedly sculpted by Michelangelo and purchased by Met for a mere $225.00. It is also the subject of Claudia and Jamie's mystery

Italian Renaissance Room

A room in the museum that houses fifteenth and sixteenth century art

Egyptian Room

A room in the Museum that displays artifacts and jewelry from ancient Egypt

Automat

A place where Jamie and Claudia can buy lunch from vending machines

Laundromat

The place where Jamie and Claudia wash and dry clothes

Library on 42nd Street

The first library Jamie and Claudia go to for research on the angel statue

Donnell Branch Library on 53rd Street

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