The Magician's Land - Chapters 16 – 22 Summary & Analysis

Lev Grossman
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Chapter 16 – Following the departure of Betsy, the group breaks up. Quentin and Plum head off together, coming upon the town of Amenia, in Duchess County, New York. They examine the leather-bound notebook in Rupert’s suitcase. The title page reads, “The Door in the Page: My Life in Two Worlds, by Rupert Chatwin”. The contents of the notebook describe Rupert’s time spent at his Aunt Maude’s house in the summer, and how he and his siblings discovered a clock with no innards. Martin and Fiona go in, and are taken to Fillory for a month, while only a few seconds have passed on Earth.

Chapter 17 – The contents of Rupert’s notebook explain that Christopher Plover’s “Fillory and Further” novels do not tell the whole story. Many adventures the Chatwins had were not told to Plover, and Plover himself did not include...

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