The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 11, they arrive at a great palace, and a soldier goes inside to tell the Wizard they’ve arrived. He returns, saying they will each have an audience with Oz, one each day. They are shown to comfortable rooms where they can rest while they wait. The following morning, Dorothy is dressed in a pretty green gown from a closet in her room and taken to see the Wizard. Dorothy learns that Oz has already been told about her silver shoes and the mark of protection left on her forehead by the witch. There is a huge throne in the room and a huge head seems suspended over the throne. The voice isn’t particularly frightening when it asks why Dorothy has sought him out. Dorothy says she needs his help to return to her home in Kansas. Oz then asks why he should help her...

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