The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

In Chapter 13, Dorothy and the Lion are treated well by the Winkies who are happy that Dorothy saved them from a life of slavery. There is feasting and dancing, but the Lion and Dorothy are not completely happy because they don’t have the Woodman and the Scarecrow with them. They set out to rescue their friends. The Scarecrow is put back together, and the Woodman is repaired by tinsmiths. The Winkies even make a new handle for the Woodman’s axe. When they are all reunited, they decide it’s time to travel to the Emerald City so the Wizard can fulfill their wishes. On the following day, Dorothy prepares for the trip. She looks around for things she might need during the journey and finds the golden cap.

In Chapter 14, the traveling is difficult because there is no road. Days pass, and they feel they...

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