Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Symbols & Objects

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The Great Glass Elevator

The Great Glass Elevator makes all locations possible, and therefore represents the power of the imagination. It matches the flights of fancy of its creator, Willy Wonka. Anywhere Wonka needs to be, it can take him. It opens any door to a myriad of fantasy worlds, like outer space or a room made entirely out of chocolate. Of course, some of these fantasy worlds are dangerous, like Minusland.

The Chocolate Factory

Literally anything can happen in the Chocolate Factory, which symbolizes fantasy in the novel. Created by Wonka, and manned by his friends the Oompa-Loompa, this is a fantasy land on par with Neverland or Wonderland. Every time a door opens, it leads to a new room with strange new possibilities. All these places have rules that must be followed, however. Those who follow those rules are allowed to enjoy the fantasy. Those...

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