The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Study Guide Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 9, the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman are considering their situation when a Wildcat comes racing toward them, chasing a field mouse. The Tin Woodman doesn’t think twice before chopping the head from the cat. The mouse introduces herself as Queen of the Field Mice and asks if she can do anything in return for the Tin Woodman’s kindness. The Scarecrow comes up with a plan. The Woodman makes a cart and hundreds of the little mice are harnessed together to drag the Lion out of the poppy field. Dorothy is soon awake and well again. The Queen promises to help them if they are ever again in trouble.

In Chapter 10, the Lion wakes and is well again so the group continues their journey. The landscape changes again, and there are neat little farms along the road. Sometimes people stand at the door and watch...

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