The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Chapters 20 through 24 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 20, Dorothy and the others come to a wall. They decide to build a ladder to climb over the wall because they are afraid to alter their course, fearing they won’t find Glinda who lives directly south of the Emerald City. The wall is smooth and seems to be made of China, as in the material of which dishes are sometimes made. The Woodman builds a ladder, and they prepare to cross the wall. The Scarecrow goes first. When he reaches the top of the wall, he stops and says, “Oh my.” Dorothy is next, and she says the same thing. The Lion comes next, followed by the Tin Woodman. Each of them stops, stares, and says, “Oh my.” They are looking on an entire town made of delicate china. The floor is polished as small as the flat surface of a plate and there...

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