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Birds of a Feather (and a Few Without)

I don’t think I’ve ever really written specifically about the birds in the Oz series, and there are quite a few of them. When Dorothy first arrives in Oz, she sees “birds with rare and brilliant plumage” in the Munchkin … Continue reading

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Ozma Seeks Council

As a ruler, Ozma of Oz doesn’t always seem to do much delegating of responsibility. We occasionally see her rushing into dangerous situations on her own, apparently without much thought of what would happen to Oz if she didn’t come … Continue reading

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Country Colors

Today is L. Frank Baum’s birthday, and I’m making an Oz post. Granted, I do this pretty much every week, but still. Today’s subject is one that comes into play all the way back in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, … Continue reading

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