The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Study Guide Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7, The Journey to the Great Oz, Dorothy and the others sleep outside that night. The Scarecrow finds nuts for Dorothy to eat and the Lion goes off into the woods and finds his own supper, though he doesn’t tell them what that is. The next day they come to a deep ditch and the Lion carries each of them to the other side on his back. They travel on and soon come to an even deeper ditch. The Scarecrow comes up with the idea to chop down a tree that is near the edge, letting it fall across the ditch so they can walk across. The Woodman sets out to chop down the tree and they are soon crossing. Just as they are about to reach the other side, some great beasts called Kalidahs chase them. When they are on the log, the Tin...

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