American Perspectives

Kent, McGaughy, “American Perspectives: Readings in American History Volume 2,” 6th
Edition, Excerpt obtained from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Baum, Frank L ,1900
The narrative brings to life Dorothy’s tale. The story focuses on Dorothy, a young
country girl from Kansas. It begins with her expeditions in the mystical Land of Oz, from
her home dropping on a malevolence witch in Munchkinland, to the gratifying
acquaintances she makes in the form of an unintelligent, yet sociable, scarecrow, a cold-
blooded, yet dependable, tin man, in addition to a modest, yet kind, lion. The three
characters join Dorothy


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