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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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Putting the Munchkins on the Map

I found the recent post on Munchkin geography at Hungry Tiger Press, which made me take another look at a rather confusing issue raised by The Patchwork Girl of Oz. Basically, the book mentions that Dr. Pipt‘s mountain borders on … Continue reading

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Oz Fish

Although L. Frank Baum wrote a fantasy taking place under the sea and referenced it a few times in the Oz books, he really didn’t say that much about aquatic life in Oz and its surrounding nations. In Glinda of … Continue reading

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