Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West - Study Guide Gillikin Summary & Analysis

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In Galinda, the reader is introduced to a young woman on her way to the city of Shiz to attend the university there. She is on a train without her Ama, or caretaker, who stepped on a nail and left the journey to get medicine for it. Galinda is seventeen years old, and her academic performance has earned her a fellowship at the college of Crage Hall. While on the train, a Goat--a talking goat--introduces himself as Dillamond. Galinda is not interested in its company, but the Goat complains about the Wizard's Bans on Animal travel. They arrive in Shiz and Galinda disembarks from the train and finds there are many Animals present. She meets the College's Headmistress, Madame Morrible. The Amas being sorting out who will be dormed with whom, and Galinda panics as she realizes she is going unrepresented. Morrible is about to arrange to have...

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