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It’s Kind of a Dragon

I’ve written about the dragons of Oz before, but I’ve been thinking of a few other things concerning them, particularly with regards to the dragons that appear underground in The Tin Woodman of Oz. L. Frank Baum says that they … Continue reading

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A Witchy-Washy Weakness

When talking of weaknesses in works of fiction, one example that obviously comes to my mind is the Wicked Witch of the West and her aversion to water. While L. Frank Baum only mentions this weakness in conjunction with this … Continue reading

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Going Nowhere

I’m not sure where the joke of making Nowhere a physical place and/or Nobody a person originated. I guess there was a variety on that sort of joke in the Odyssey, when Odysseus told Polyphemus his name was Nobody. Sir … Continue reading

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