They are just throwing up to stuff more in.
Besides, there is
And the library. All mahogany.
Shouldn't it be All is ,or All of?
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- And the library. All mahogany.
This implies that the library is made of mahogany wood. "All of the library is made of mahogany". And is being used as a topic marker, so another way phrase it is
Regarding the library, it is (all) made of mahogany.
- They are just throwing up to stuff more in.
Throw up is idiom.
There is a issue with stuff.
2 a. To place forcefully into a container or space; thrust
4. To cram with food.
More is a pronoun that refers to food. So the the sentence means "They are vomiting to make room for more food." Or
They are vomiting to make room so that they can force more food down their throats.