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Loyalty to Royalty

I like to make connections between pretty much everything and the Oz books, although usually the parallels aren’t that close. It works out better when I connect them to The Simpsons. People are saying the show predicted President Trump, which … Continue reading

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Oz Con Artists

I’ve written before about how L. Frank Baum’s position on trickery is somewhat mixed. As someone who had worked as a salesman, he knew the value of a certain amount of balderdash in order to sell things to people. And … Continue reading

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The Ozian Connection

Today, we take a look at two children’s books that are somehow related to Oz, although they aren’t Oz books or even by an author who wrote Oz books. Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales, by Edith Ogden Harrison – … Continue reading

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