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A Few Bad Fairies

It’s been established that fairies in mythology and folklore can be either good or bad, and in fact are often amoral. In L. Frank Baum’s fantasy, however, fairies are pretty much always good. When he wrote about the Immortals in … Continue reading

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Tunnel Vision

The Red Jinn in Oz, by Mildred L. Palmer – I’d heard about this book, which was written some time ago, but I’m not sure exactly when. I think it might have been in the fifties or so. Anyway, it … Continue reading

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