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No Money, Mo’ Problems

As I said back in this post, whether or not Oz uses some form of money is no more consistent than many other aspects of the series. Certainly the earlier books show money in use, with children paying for green … Continue reading

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Dee-scovery Is Our Aim and Purpose

One line in Grampa in Oz that never really rang true for me was when Prince Tatters meets Dorothy, and asks if she’s “[t]he Dorothy who discovered Oz.” Since Tatters is a native of Oz, however, this makes about as … Continue reading

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