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Rosenquartz is a glass man owned by Fenoglio

Biography[edit | edit source]

He slept in a drawer with his head on a tiny pillow.

Rosenquartz was used by Fenoglio to spy on Orpheus, but Rosenquartz would rather sneak to Seamstresses' Street to chase glass women.[1] Fenoglio usually reprimanded him.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Rosenquartz is often easily offended and is very stubborn. He is mostly peevish and put-upon. He was appreciative of Elinor's frankness toward the author once she arrived in the Inkworld. Due to this act of kindness, Rosenquartz grew a liking to Elinor, which irritated Fenoglio greatly.

Physical attributes[edit | edit source]

Rosenquartz, like all glass men, is covered in ink blotches because he is used to sharpen quills. He is a shade of light pink.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

  • William Shakespeare has a character from Hamlet named Rosencrantz.

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