The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Study Guide Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, Dorothy wakes the next morning with the announcement that she has to find water so she can wash up and have some with her bread for breakfast. The find a spring and realizes there isn’t much food left. She and the Scarecrow are about to return to the yellow brick road when they hear a noise they can’t identify. They search for the source and discover the Tin Woodman standing beside a partially-chopped tree. Dorothy speaks to him, and he says he’s been rusted in place for more than a year. Dorothy rushes back to the little cabin and finds his oil can. She returns to him and, with the Scarecrow’s help, oils all his joints so that he’s able to move about freely.

The Woodman asks why Dorothy happened by, and she explains that she and the Scarecrow are...

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