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    In all, Baum wrote fourteen best-selling children’s books about Oz and its enchanted inhabitants, as well as a spin off-series of six early readers. After his death in 1919, author Ruth Plumly Thompson, The darkside of the moon Wizards of Oz poster illustrator John R. Neill who had previously collaborated with Baum on his Oz books and several other writers and artists continued the series. There are now over 50 novels based upon Baum’s original Oz saga. Baum composed Oz as a real place, unlike MGM’s 1939 musical movie adaptation, which presents it as a dream of lead character Dorothy Gale. According to the Oz books, it is a hidden fairyland cut off from the rest of the world by the Deadly Desert.

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    The canonical demonym for Oz is “Ozite”. The term appears in Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz, The Road to Oz, and The Emerald City of Oz. Elsewhere in the canon, “Ozmie” is also used. In the animated 1974 semi-sequel to the MGM film, Journey Back to Oz, “Ozonian” is used. The term “Ozian” appears in the script for the Royal. Shakespeare Company’s stage adaptation of the MGM movie and in the non-canonical modern work Wicked. “Ozmite” was used in Reilly & Lee marketing in the 1920s, which has suggested to some critics that “Ozmie” may have a typographical error.

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