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The Fabulous Fashions of Oz

I’ve examined the typical styles of Ozian clothing before, but I think I can come up with a few more thoughts about them. To begin with, The Patchwork Girl of Oz has a more thorough description of the Munchkin costume … Continue reading

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A Dish Best Served with Pinto Beans and Muffins

One aspect of Norse mythology that makes it fascinating but also frustrating is the paucity of authentic sources we have on it. There are some parts of it that we mostly only know from Snorri Sturluson, a Christian who thought … Continue reading

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Shoe-Be-Do

If you needed further evidence that the Oz books written by John R. Neill are even crazier than the rest of the lot, Jack Pumpkinhead has a bunch of singing shoes that put on concerts. He refers to them as … Continue reading

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