The Magician's Land Symbols & Objects

Lev Grossman
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Rupert's suitcase

Rupert’s brown leather Louis Vuitton suitcase is stamped with the date of 1937, and contains Rupert’s journal and a sword-like knife intended for killing gods. The suitcase can be seen as symbolic of existence, for it contains both elements of creation and elements of destruction. The brown leather suitcase becomes the object of desire of Ember, who dispatches the talking bird to hire numerous individuals, including Quentin, to steal the suitcase.

Rupert's journal

Rupert’s journal is a brown leather-bound notebook kept in Rupert’s suitcase. The journal is Rupert’s account of his childhood and the time spent in Fillory with his siblings. It also contains a spell for the creation of a new magical world. It is entitled, “The Door in the Page: My Life in Two Worlds”. Rupert’s journal is highly sought after by Ember, who wishes to use it...

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