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What is the explanation for general public being so passive and believing everything it is told in our world? I completely forgot about Kitty, a girl that shows up shortly in the Bartimaeus narrative and makes a fool out of him.

Well, she turns out to be an important character in this novel and there is a good reason for her introduction for it makes sense not just in terms of the plot but in adding a human dimension to this novel. You see another thing I wondered about was what the relationship between the boy and the djinn would be like in the sequel.

I took it for granted that there will be a relationship between the two of them. I assumed that the boy will, despite promising otherwise, summon the djinn to serve him once again. I was not mistaken, for Nathaniel indeed summons Bartimaeus when he finds himself in trouble. I guess we can give him some credit for at least attempting to avoiding his promise.

What make the dynamics of their relationship so interesting in the first one is the fact that Nathaniel is vulnerable to Bartimaeus because the spirit knows his name.

He is only a few years older, but he is very much changed. Bartimaeus still can negotiate with him, because he knows his secret, but the relationship between them is different. Nathaniel does show some sheds of decency that his superiors lack.

Nevertheless, everything is different now. Hence, comes Kitty! This works very well with the premise of the novel that states that magicians are inheritably bad. As I said, I quite liked how the magicians need for power is showed to be pathological in essence. Everyone who says anything against magicians is, a priori, considered an enemy of the state in much the same way as described in So, my initial question of whether this sequel would elaborate on politics, revealing more about the power structures and dynamics of this would, could be answered with yes.

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There is a lot of serious issues tacked through Bartimaeus sarcasm, from slavery to colonialism. He is notorious for his funny remarks on humans, but this time we also get to see another side of him, the one hidden behind his sarcasm.

What makes this possible is Kitty. The author digresses into past to give us her background. This was also necessary because her story is connected with the plot in many ways. The reasons why Kitty hates magicians so much are quite relevant for the context of her story.

In addition, the injustice Kitty suffered from the hands of magicians allows us to understand her actions. Her character development is handled with care. We understand why she is so driven to take revenge. Being the moral character she is, makes her invoke admiration in Bartimaeus, invoking him to share his knowledge of history and human societies with her.

His discussions and dialogues with Kitty were really interesting and well developed. For me, Bartimaeus was always the star of the story and I was quite happy with his role in this novel.

His bond with Kitty seemed quite genuine. Pennyfeather organizes a final daring raid on the tomb of William Gladstone, but inadvertently releases Honorius, a powerful afrit. Nathaniel and Bartimaeus are sent to Prague, where the last-known golem appeared over a century ago. They find Kavka, the magician who created the golem with the aid of a high-ranking mole in the British government.

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Nathaniel promises Kavka, whose children are being held in a British prison, that his family will be freed if he helps unmask the traitor. A bearded mercenary — whom Nathaniel and Bartimaeus faced before — arrives, demanding the enchanted parchment to animate the golem.

In the ensuing struggle, the parchment is destroyed, leaving no proof of the golem. Bartimaeus forces Honorius into the Thames, seemingly defeating him.

The magician Quentin Makepeace meets Nathaniel in secret with information on the Resistance. Bartimaeus captures Jakob to lure Kitty into a sting, but she is attacked by the Night Police werewolves. Abandoned by his superiors, he makes a desperate appeal to the Prime Minister.

Laying low, Bartimaeus and Kitty debate their shared oppression by magicians. Honorius reappears but is distracted by the arrival of the golem. Kitty risks her life to remove the animating parchment, immobilizing the golem. Bartimaeus allows Kitty and Jakob to escape and tells Nathaniel that Kitty was incinerated by the golem, sacrificing herself to save him.

As its spell dissipates, the crumbling golem returns to its master, Duvall, who is arrested. Though doubtful Duvall acted alone, Nathaniel finds his investigation at a close. Jakob leaves the country, but Kitty stays to study the history of magic, in search of an end to the cycle of tyranny.

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Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 9 March , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The Bartimaeus Trilogy.A second empire, centered in Prague, arose after the conquest of the Romans by Britain at that time.

The Amulet of Samarkand[ edit ] Main article: The Amulet of Samarkand The first book in the series, published , introduces Nathaniel as the gifted year-old apprentice of a middle-aged mid-level magician, Arthur Underwood.

The higher planes may be inhabited by spirits only, and only spirits can normally see into them. They find Kavka, the magician who created the golem with the aid of a high-ranking mole in the British government. Originally a student of the priests of Ra in Karnak he left for Jerusalem after gaining enough power.

While not strictly a magical object, a golem is created by magic and immune to magical attack. In addition, articles should contain sufficient explanatory text to put statistics within the article in their proper context for a general reader Discuss Learn how and when to remove this template message In a Bartimaeus trilogy forum, Jonathan Stroud has remarked that he was planning to make a Bartimaeus "bible".

The author digresses into past to give us her background. The events take place in London, England, and Prague, Czechoslovakia.