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L. Frank Baum book The Marvelous Land of Oz
  • Categories:Gender, Animal, Book
  • AKA "The Land of Oz", Magic, Shapeshifter, Fantasy

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In an attempt to escape capture, Mombi (the enchantress who enchanted Tip/Ozma -- see this book's listing under Gender) transforms herself into a griffin and attempts to run away. She is caught after she tires, and Tip's ally the Sawhorse (who is made of wood instead of flesh and blood, and thus never tires) catches up with her. Glinda catches Mombi (who returns to her normal form) and takes her back for interrogation.


All of Oz is looking for princess Ozma. It turns out that a wicked witch had transformed her into Tip, a boy, in order to hide her. Glinda makes the witch change Tip back into Ozma at the end.

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6 Review: L. Frank Baum book The Land Of Oz
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originally posted by Esrom on 2001-02-22, 4 edits, entryid=4950