The Magician's Land - Chapters 23 – 28 Summary & Analysis

Lev Grossman
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Chapter 23 – Eliot and Quentin fill each other in on everything that has happened. Both realize the bird, and Rupert’s belongings, are somehow connected to Fillory’s fate. Eliot worries about Quentin’s involvement with Alice’s niffin. Plum tells Quentin that if he truly wants answers from Alice, he needs to speak to her like a person. Quentin later brings Alice through into the real world, and traps her in the demon cage tattooed on his back. With the help of Eliot and Plum, he casts an enchantment into the air using Mayakovsky’s coins, into which he then puts Alice. Alice is then transformed back into a human being.

Chapter 24 – Janet, Josh, and Poppy receive a letter from Eliot explaining that Umber the Ram may not be dead as Jane had once said, and that they should search under the Northern Marsh...

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