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CHAPTERPAGECHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERChapterCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERCHAPTERDorothyandtheWizardinOz,byLFrankBaumTheProjectGutenbergEBookofDorothyandtheWizardinOz,byLFrankBaumThiseBookisfortheuseofanyoneanywhereatnocostandwithalmostnorestrictionswhatsoeverYoumaycopyit,giveitawayorreuseitunderthetermsoftheProjectGutenbergLicenseincludedwiththiseBookoronlineatwwwgutenbergorgTitle:DorothyandtheWizardinOzAuthor:LFrankBaumReleaseDate:September,EBook#Language:EnglishCharactersetencoding:ASCII***STARTOFTHISPROJECTGUTENBERGEBOOKDOROTHYANDTHEWIZARDINOZ***ProducedbyChrisCurnow,JosephCooper,JanetBlenkinshipandtheOnlineDistributedProofreadingTeamathttp:wwwpgdpnetIllustration:DOROTHYANDTHEWIZARDIllustration:PICKINGTHEPRINCESSDOROTHYANDTHEWIZARDINOZBYLFRANKBAUMAUTHOROFTHEWIZARDOFOZ,THELANDOFOZ,OZMAOFOZ,ETCILLUSTRATEDBYJOHNRNEILLBOOKSOFWONDERWILLIAMMORROWCO,INCNEWYORKIllustrationCOPYRIGHTBYLFRANKBAUMALLRIGHTSRESERVED*****IllustrationDEDICATEDTOHARRIETABNEAL*****DorothyandtheWizardinOz,byLFrankBaumToMyReadersIt'snousenouseatallThechildrenwon'tletmestoptellingtalesoftheLandofOzIknowlotsofotherstories,andIhopetotellthem,sometimeoranotherbutjustnowmylovingtyrantswon'tallowmeTheycry:"OzOz!moreaboutOz,MrBaum!"andwhatcanIdobutobeytheircommandsThisisOurBookmineandthechildren'sFortheyhavefloodedmewiththousandsofsuggestionsinregardtoit,andIhavehonestlytriedtoadoptasmanyofthesesuggestionsascouldbefittedintoonestoryAfterthewonderfulsuccessof"OzmaofOz"itisevidentthatDorothyhasbecomeafirmfixtureintheseOzstoriesThelittleonesallloveDorothy,andasoneofmysmallfriendsaptlystates:"Itisn'tarealOzstorywithouther"Soheresheisagain,assweetandgentleandinnocentasever,Ihope,andtheheroineofanotherstrangeadventureThereweremanyrequestsfrommylittlecorrespondentsfor"moreabouttheWizard"ItseemsthejollyoldfellowmadehostsoffriendsinthefirstOzbook,inspiteofthefactthathefranklyacknowledgedhimself"ahumbug"ThechildrenhadheardhowhemountedintotheskyinaballoonandtheywereallwaitingforhimtocomedownagainSowhatcouldIdobuttell"whathappenedtotheWizardafterward"Youwillfindhiminthesepages,justthesamehumbugWizardasbeforeTherewasonethingthechildrendemandedwhichIfounditimpossibletodointhispresentbook:theybademeintroduceToto,Dorothy'slittleblackdog,whohasmanyfriendsamongmyreadersButyouwillsee,whenyoubegintoreadthestory,thatTotowasinKansaswhileDorothywasinCalifornia,andsoshehadtostartonheradventurewithouthimInthisbookDorothyhadtotakeherkittenwithherinsteadofherdogbutinthenextOzbook,ifIampermittedtowriteone,IintendtotellagooddealaboutToto'sfurtherhistoryPrincessOzma,whomIloveasmuchasmyreadersdo,isagainintroducedinthisstory,andsoareseveralofouroldfriendsofOzYouwillalsobecomeacquaintedwithJimtheCabHorse,theNineTinyPiglets,andEureka,theKittenIamsorrythekittenwasnotaswellbehavedassheoughttohavebeenbutperhapsshewasn'tbroughtupproperlyDorothyfoundher,yousee,andwhoherparentswerenobodyknowsIbelieve,mydears,thatIamtheproudeststorytellerthateverlivedManyatimetearsofprideandjoyhavestoodinmyeyeswhileIreadthetender,loving,appealinglettersthatcometomeinalmosteverymailfrommylittlereadersTohavepleasedyou,tohaveinterestedyou,tohavewonyourfriendship,andperhapsyourlove,throughmystories,istomymindasgreatanachievementastobecomePresidentoftheUnitedStatesIndeed,Iwouldmuchratherbeyourstoryteller,undertheseconditions,thantobethePresidentSoyouhavehelpedmetofulfillmylife'sambition,andIammoregratefultoyou,mydears,thanIcanexpressinwordsItrytoanswereveryletterofmyyoungcorrespondentsyetsometimestherearesomanylettersthatalittletimemustpassbeforeyougetyouranswerButbepatient,friends,fortheanswerwillsurelycome,andbywritingtomeyoumorethanrepaymeforthepleasanttaskofpreparingthesebooksBesides,Iamproudtoacknowledgethatthebooksarepartlyyours,foryoursuggestionsoftenguidemeintellingthestories,andIamsuretheywouldnotbehalfsogoodwithoutyourcleverandthoughtfulassistanceLFRANKBAUMCORONADO,LISTOFCHAPTERSDorothyandtheWizardinOz,byLFrankBaumCHAPTERPAGETHEEARTHQUAKETHEGLASSCITYTHEARRIVALOFTHEWIZARDTHEVEGETABLEKINGDOMDOROTHYPICKSTHEPRINCESSTHEMANGABOOSPROVEDANGEROUSINTOTHEBLACKPITANDOUTAGAINTHEVALLEYOFVOICESTHEYFIGHTTHEINVISIBLEBEARSTHEBRAIDEDMANOFPYRAMIDMTTHEYMEETTHEWOODENGARGOYLESAWONDERFULESCAPETHEDENOFTHEDRAGONETTESOZMAUSESTHEMAGICBELTOLDFRIENDSAREREUNITEDJIM,THECABHORSETHENINETINYPIGLETSTHETRIALOFEUREKA,THEKITTENTHEWIZARDPERFORMSANOTHERTRICKZEBRETURNSTOTHERANCHIllustrationCHAPTERPAGECHAPTERTHEEARTHQUAKEThetrainfrom'FriscowasverylateItshouldhavearrivedatHugson'ssidingatmidnight,butitwasalreadyfiveo'clockandthegraydawnwasbreakingintheeastwhenthelittletrainslowlyrumbleduptotheopenshedthatservedforthestationhouseAsitcametoastoptheconductorcalledoutinaloudvoice:"Hugson'sSiding!"Atoncealittlegirlrosefromherseatandwalkedtothedoorofthecar,carryingawickersuitcaseinonehandandaroundbirdcagecoveredupwithnewspapersintheother,whileaparasolwastuckedunderherarmTheconductorhelpedheroffthecarandthentheengineerstartedhistrainagain,sothatitpuffedandgroanedandmovedslowlyawayupthetrackThereasonhewassolatewasbecauseallthroughthenightthereweretimeswhenthesolidearthshookandtrembledunderhim,andtheengineerwasafraidthatatanymomenttherailsmightspreadapartandanaccidenthappentohispassengersSohemovedthecarsslowlyandwithcautionThelittlegirlstoodstilltowatchuntilthetrainhaddisappearedaroundacurvethensheturnedtoseewhereshewasTheshedatHugson'sSidingwasbaresaveforanoldwoodenbench,anddidnotlookveryinvitingAsshepeeredthroughthesoftgraylightnotahouseofanysortwasvisiblenearthestation,norwasanypersoninsightbutafterawhilethechilddiscoveredahorseandbuggystandingnearagroupoftreesashortdistanceawayShewalkedtowarditandfoundthehorsetiedtoatreeandstandingmotionless,withitsheadhangingdownalmosttothegroundItwasabighorse,tallandbony,withlonglegsandlargekneesandfeetShecouldcounthisribseasilywheretheyshowedthroughtheskinofhisbody,andhisheadwaslongandseemedaltogethertoobigforhim,asifitdidnotfitHistailwasshortandscraggly,andhisharnesshadbeenbrokeninmanyplacesandfastenedtogetheragainwithcordsandbitsofwireThebuggyseemedalmostnew,forithadashinytopandsidecurtainsGettingaroundinfront,sothatshecouldlookinside,thegirlsawaboycurledupontheseat,fastasleepShesetdownthebirdcageandpokedtheboywithherparasolPresentlyhewokeup,rosetoasittingpositionandrubbedhiseyesbriskly"Hello!"hesaid,seeingher,"areyouDorothyGale""Yes,"sheanswered,lookinggravelyathistousledhairandblinkinggrayeyes"HaveyoucometotakemetoHugson'sRanch""Ofcourse,"heanswered"Trainin""Icouldn'tbehereifitwasn't,"shesaidHelaughedatthat,andhislaughwasmerryandfrankJumpingoutofthebuggyheputDorothy'ssuitcaseundertheseatandherbirdcageonthefloorinfront"Canarybirds"heasked"Oh,noit'sjustEureka,mykittenIthoughtthatwasthebestwaytocarryher"TheboynoddedCHAPTER"Eureka'safunnynameforacat,"heremarked"InamedmykittenthatbecauseIfoundit,"sheexplained"UncleHenrysays'Eureka'means'Ihavefoundit'""Allrighthopin"SheclimbedintothebuggyandhefollowedherThentheboypickedupthereins,shookthem,andsaid"Giddap!"ThehorsedidnotstirDorothythoughthejustwiggledoneofhisdroopingears,butthatwasall"Giddap!"calledtheboy,againThehorsestoodstill"Perhaps,"saidDorothy,"ifyouuntiedhim,hewouldgo"Theboylaughedcheerfullyandjumpedout"GuessI'mhalfasleepyet,"hesaid,untyingthehorse"ButJimknowshisbusinessallrightdon'tyou,Jim"pattingthelongnoseoftheanimalThenhegotintothebuggyagainandtookthereins,andthehorseatoncebackedawayfromthetree,turnedslowlyaround,andbegantotrotdownthesandyroadwhichwasjustvisibleinthedimlight"Thoughtthattrainwouldnevercome,"observedtheboy"I'vewaitedatthatstationforfivehours""Wehadalotofearthquakes,"saidDorothy"Didn'tyoufeelthegroundshake""Yesbutwe'reusedtosuchthingsinCalifornia,"hereplied"Theydon'tscareusmuch"Illustration:DOROTHYPOKEDTHEBOYWITHHERPARASOL"Theconductorsaiditwastheworstquakeheeverknew""DidheThenitmusthavehappenedwhileIwasasleep,"hesaid,thoughtfully"HowisUncleHenry"sheenquired,afterapauseduringwhichthehorsecontinuedtotrotwithlong,regularstrides"He'sprettywellHeandUncleHugsonhavebeenhavingafinevisit""IsMrHugsonyouruncle"sheasked"YesUncleBillHugsonmarriedyourUncleHenry'swife'ssistersowemustbesecondcousins,"saidtheboy,inanamusedtone"IworkforUncleBillonhisranch,andhepaysmesixdollarsamonthandmyboard""Isn'tthatagreatdeal"sheasked,doubtfully"Why,it'sagreatdealforUncleHugson,butnotformeI'masplendidworkerIworkaswellasIsleep,"heCHAPTERadded,withalaugh"Whatisyourname"askedDorothy,thinkingshelikedtheboy'smannerandthecheerytoneofhisvoice"Notaveryprettyone,"heanswered,asifalittleashamed"MywholenameisZebediahbutfolksjustcallme'Zeb'You'vebeentoAustralia,haven'tyou""YeswithUncleHenry,"sheanswered"WegottoSanFranciscoaweekago,andUncleHenrywentrightontoHugson'sRanchforavisitwhileIstayedafewdaysinthecitywithsomefriendswehadmet""Howlongwillyoubewithus"heasked"OnlyadayTomorrowUncleHenryandImuststartbackforKansasWe'vebeenawayforalongtime,youknow,andsowe'reanxioustogethomeagain"Theboyflickedthebig,boneyhorsewithhiswhipandlookedthoughtfulThenhestartedtosaysomethingtohislittlecompanion,butbeforehecouldspeakthebuggybegantoswaydangerouslyfromsidetosideandtheearthseemedtoriseupbeforethemNextminutetherewasaroarandasharpcrash,andathersideDorothysawthegroundopeninawidecrackandthencometogetheragain"Goodness!"shecried,graspingtheironrailoftheseat"Whatwasthat""Thatwasanawfulbigquake,"repliedZeb,withawhiteface"Italmostgotusthattime,Dorothy"Thehorsehadstoppedshort,andstoodfirmasarockZebshookthereinsandurgedhimtogo,butJimwasstubbornThentheboycrackedhiswhipandtouchedtheanimal'sflankswithit,andafteralowmoanofprotestJimsteppedslowlyalongtheroadNeithertheboynorthegirlspokeagainforsomeminutesTherewasabreathofdangerintheveryair,andeveryfewmomentstheearthwouldshakeviolentlyJim'searswerestandingerectuponhisheadandeverymuscleofhisbigbodywastenseashetrottedtowardhomeHewasnotgoingveryfast,butonhisflanksspecksoffoambegantoappearandattimeshewouldtremblelikealeafTheskyhadgrowndarkeragainandthewindmadequeersobbingsoundsasitsweptoverthevalleySuddenlytherewasarending,tearingsound,andtheearthsplitintoanothergreatcrackjustbeneaththespotwherethehorsewasstandingWithawildneighofterrortheanimalfellbodilyintothepit,drawingthebuggyanditsoccupantsafterhimDorothygrabbedfastholdofthebuggytopandtheboydidthesameThesuddenrushintospaceconfusedthemsothattheycouldnotthinkBlacknessengulfedthemoneveryside,andinbreathlesssilencetheywaitedforthefalltoendandcrushthemagainstjaggedrocksorfortheearthtocloseinonthemagainandburythemforeverinitsdreadfuldepthsThehorriblesensationoffalling,thedarknessandtheterrifyingnoises,provedmorethanDorothycouldendureandforafewmomentsthelittlegirllostconsciousnessZeb,beingaboy,didnotfaint,buthewasbadlyfrightened,andclungtothebuggyseatwithatightgrip,expectingeverymomentwouldbehislastIllustrationCHAPTERIllustrationCHAPTERCHAPTERTHEGLASSCITYWhenDorothyrecoveredhersensestheywerestillfalling,butnotsofastThetopofthebuggycaughttheairlikeaparachuteoranumbrellafilledwithwind,andheldthembacksothattheyfloateddownwardwithagentlemotionthatwasnotsoverydisagreeabletobearTheworstthingwastheirterrorofreachingthebottomofthisgreatcrackintheearth,andthenaturalfearthatsuddendeathwasabouttoovertakethematanymomentCrashaftercrashechoedfarabovetheirheads,astheearthcametogetherwhereithadsplit,andstonesandchunksofclayrattledaroundthemoneverysideThesetheycouldnotsee,buttheycouldfeelthempeltingthebuggytop,andJimscreamedalmostlikeahumanbeingwhenastoneovertookhimandstruckhisboneybodyTheydidnotreallyhurtthepoorhorse,becauseeverythingwasfallingtogetheronlythestonesandrubbishfellfasterthanthehorseandbuggy,whichwereheldbackbythepressureoftheair,sothattheterrifiedanimalwasactuallymorefrightenedthanhewasinjuredHowlongthisstateofthingscontinuedDorothycouldnotevenguess,shewassogreatlybewilderedButbyeandbye,asshestaredaheadintotheblackchasmwithabeatingheart,shebegantodimlyseetheformofthehorseJimhisheadupintheair,hisearserectandhislonglegssprawlingineverydirectionashetumbledthroughspaceAlso,turningherhead,shefoundthatshecouldseetheboybesideher,whohaduntilnowremainedasstillandsilentassheherselfDorothysighedandcommencedtobreatheeasierShebegantorealizethatdeathwasnotinstoreforher,afterall,butthatshehadmerelystarteduponanotheradventure,whichpromisedtobejustasqueerandunusualaswerethoseshehadbeforeencounteredWiththisthoughtinmindthegirltookheartandleanedherheadoverthesideofthebuggytoseewherethestrangelightwascomingfromFarbelowhershefoundsixgreatglowingballssuspendedintheairThecentralandlargestonewaswhite,andremindedherofthesunArounditwerearranged,likethefivepointsofastar,theotherfivebrilliantballsonebeingrosecolored,oneviolet,oneyellow,oneblueandoneorangeThissplendidgroupofcoloredsunssentraysdartingineverydirection,andasthehorseandbuggywithDorothyandZebsanksteadilydownwardandcamenearertothelights,theraysbegantotakeonallthedelicatetintingsofarainbow,growingmoreandmoredistincteverymomentuntilallthespacewasbrilliantlyilluminatedDorothywastoodazedtosaymuch,butshewatchedoneofJim'sbigearsturntovioletandtheothertorose,andwonderedthathistailshouldbeyellowandhisbodystripedwithblueandorangelikethestripesofazebraThenshelookedatZeb,whosefacewasblueandwhosehairwaspink,andgavealittlelaughthatsoundedabitnervous"Isn'titfunny"shesaidTheboywasstartledandhiseyeswerebigDorothyhadagreenstreakthroughthecenterofherfacewheretheblueandyellowlightscametogether,andherappearanceseemedtoaddtohisfright"IIdon'tssseeanythingfunny'boutit!"hestammeredIllustration:HORSE,BUGGYANDALLFELLSLOWLYJustthenthebuggytippedslowlyoveruponitsside,thebodyofthehorsetippingalsoButtheycontinuedtofall,alltogether,andtheboyandgirlhadnodifficultyinremainingupontheseat,justastheywerebeforeThentheyturnedbottomsideup,andcontinuedtorollslowlyoveruntiltheywererightsideupagainDuringthistimeJimstruggledfrantically,allhislegskickingtheairbutonfindinghimselfinhisformerpositiontheCHAPTERhorsesaid,inarelievedtoneofvoice:"Well,that'sbetter!"DorothyandZeblookedatoneanotherinwonder"Canyourhorsetalk"sheasked"Neverknewhimto,before,"repliedtheboy"ThosewerethefirstwordsIeversaid,"calledoutthehorse,whohadoverheardthem,"andIcan'texplainwhyIhappenedtospeakthenThisisanicescrapeyou'vegotmeinto,isn'tit""Asforthat,weareinthesamescrapeourselves,"answeredDorothy,cheerfully"Butnevermindsomethingwillhappenprettysoon""Ofcourse,"growledthehorse"andthenweshallbesorryithappened"ZebgaveashiverAllthiswassoterribleandunrealthathecouldnotunderstanditatall,andsohadgoodreasontobeafraidSwiftlytheydrewneartotheflamingcoloredsuns,andpassedclosebesidethemThelightwasthensobrightthatitdazzledtheireyes,andtheycoveredtheirfaceswiththeirhandstoescapebeingblindedTherewasnoheatinthecoloredsuns,however,andaftertheyhadpassedbelowthemthetopofthebuggyshutoutmanyofthepiercingrayssothattheboyandgirlcouldopentheireyesagain"We'vegottocometothebottomsometime,"remarkedZeb,withadeepsigh"Wecan'tkeepfallingforever,youknow""Ofcoursenot,"saidDorothy"Wearesomewhereinthemiddleoftheearth,andthechancesarewe'llreachtheothersideofitbeforelongButit'sabighollow,isn'tit""Awfulbig!"answeredtheboy"We'recomingtosomethingnow,"announcedthehorseAtthistheybothputtheirheadsoverthesideofthebuggyandlookeddownYestherewaslandbelowthemandnotsoveryfaraway,eitherButtheywerefloatingvery,veryslowlysoslowlythatitcouldnolongerbecalledafallandthechildrenhadampletimetotakeheartandlookaboutthemTheysawalandscapewithmountainsandplains,lakesandrivers,verylikethoseupontheearth'ssurfacebutallthescenewassplendidlycoloredbythevariegatedlightsfromthesixsunsHereandthereweregroupsofhousesthatseemedmadeofclearglass,becausetheysparkledsobrightly"I'msureweareinnodanger,"saidDorothy,inasobervoice"Wearefallingsoslowlythatwecan'tbedashedtopieceswhenweland,andthiscountrythatwearecomingtoseemsquitepretty""We'llnevergethomeagain,though!"declaredZeb,withagroan"Oh,I'mnotsosureofthat,"repliedthegirl"Butdon'tletusworryoversuchth

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