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A Space Ozyssey

I’ve examined the possible location of the Land of Oz and its surrounding fairylands in the past. To sum up, the earlier books seem to place it in some hidden part of our Earth, while more recent ones tend to … Continue reading

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Spectacular Feats of Stratospheric Skill

The author’s note at the beginning of Ruth Plumly Thompson’s Ozoplaning with the Wizard of Oz is rather curious. It starts out with, “I often have wondered about the Strat, have not you? Bet a bushel of peanuts you have!” … Continue reading

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Brotherhood on Anuther Planet

When Planetty describes her old home, Anuther Planet, in The Silver Princess in Oz, she makes it out to be a dull, gray world where none of the the inhabitants have families or friends. People will sometimes bond with animals, … Continue reading

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