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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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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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