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Ain’t No Party Like a Kuma Party

I’ve already discussed disembodied but still living heads in the Oz series, but what about other body parts? Well, in Ruth Plumly Thompson’s The Lost King of Oz, the enchanted Pastoria has ears that can separate from his head, fly … Continue reading

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Guys and Gulls

For today’s Oz post, how about a look at a few very minor characters whom I nevertheless found quite intriguing? Both are birds, are both appear briefly in Ruth Plumly Thompson’s Oz books to solve a problem, and then promptly … Continue reading

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