The Emerald City of Oz

By L. Frank Baum; John R. Neill | Go to book overview

LIST OF CHAPTERS
CHAPTER PAGE
1 -- HOW THE NOME KING BECAME ANGRY11
2 -- How UNCLE HENRY GOT INTO TROUBLE21
3 -- How OZMA GRANTED DOROTHY'S REQUEST29
4 -- HOW THE NOME KING PLANNED REVENGE39
5 -- How DOROTHY BECAME A PRINCESS48
6 -- How GUPH VISITED THE WHIMSIES59
7 -- How AUNT EM CONQUERED THE LION66
8 -- HOW THE GRAND GALLIPOOT JOINED THE NOMES78
9 -- HOW THE WOGGLEBUG TAUGHT ATHLETICS87
10 -- HOW THE CUTTENCLIPS LIVED100
11 -- HOW THE GENERAL MET THE FIRST AND FOREMOST114
12 -- HOW THEY MATCHED THE FUDDLES127
13 -- HOW THE GENERAL TALKED TO THE KING141
14 -- HOW THE WIZARD PRACTICED SORCERY147
15 -- How DOROTHY HAPPENED TO GET LOST158
15 -- How DOROTHY VISITED UTENSIA169
17 -- How THEY CAME TO BUNBURY180
18 -- How OZMA LOOKED INTO THE MAGIC PICTURE192
19 -- How BUNNYBURY WELCOMED THE STRANGERS196
20 -- How DOROTHY LUNCHED WITH A KING205
21 -- HOW THE KING CHANGED HIS MIND216
22 -- HOW THE WIZARD FOUND DOROTHY226
23 -- HOW THEY ENCOUNTERED THE FLUTTERBUDGETS237
24 -- HOW THE TIN WOODMAN TOLD THE SAD NFWS247
25 -- HOW THE SCARECROW DISPLAYED HIS WISDOM255
26 -- How OZMA REFUSED TO FIGHT FOR HER KINGDOM263
27 -- HOW THE FIERCE WARRIORS INVADED OZ275
28 -- How THEY DRANK AT THE FORBIDDEN FOUNTAIN280
29 -- How GLINDA WORKED A MAGIC SPELL289
30 -- HOW THE STORY OF OZ CAME TO AN END295

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