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Thursday Next in the Well of Lost Plots: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

Jasper Fforde
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Caversham Heights

Caversham Heights is the book where Thursday is living as part of the Character Exchange Program. It is a poorly written detective story with DCI Jack Spratt as the protagonist. The book is likely to be demolished.

BookWorld

The BookWorld is the world of fiction. It is where books are created using plot devices, settings, and characters. It was created by the Great Panjandrum.

Jurisfiction

Jurisfiction is the policing agency of the BookWorld. They address issues such as plot holes and grammasites to larger issues such as genre conflicts and character strikes.

Norland Park

Norland Park is the estate from "Sense and Sensibility". The Jurisfiction offices are housed in Norland Park's ballroom. This is where the meetings are held that give the agents their assignments by the Bellman.

The Well of Lost Plots

"The Well of Lost Plots" is similar to a town with shops where...

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