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Gale, Dorothy (Fictitious character)

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    • Gale, Dottie (Fictitious character)
    • Dorothy (Fictitious character from Baum)
    • Dorothy, Princess of Oz (Fictitious character)
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    • found: Gardner, M. Visitors from Oz : the wild adventures of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Woodman, c1998:p. 7 ("Dorothy Gale from Kansas")
    • found: Baum, L.F. The wonderful Wizard of Oz, 1900(also by the same author: Ozma of Oz, 1907; Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz, 1908; The road to Oz, 1909; The Emerald City of Oz, 1910; The lost princess of Oz, 1917)
    • found: Moore, Alan, The lost girls, 2006v. 1, ch. 2, p. 2 (Dottie Gale); v. 1, ch. 10, p. 8 (first name "Dorothy")
    • found: The wonderful wiki of Oz website, February 5, 2015(Dorothy Gale; fictional character created by L. Frank Baum; orphan child from Kansas; title: Dorothy Gale of Kansas/Wicked Witch Destroyer/Princess Dorothy of Oz; Gender: Female Child; Species: Adolescent Human; Origin: Kansas, farm/United States of America; Residence: Kansas (former), Royal Palace of Oz, Land of Oz (current); First appearance: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900))
    • found: Wikipedia, February 5, 2015(Dorothy Gale; a fictional character and protagonist of many of the Oz novels by the American author L. Frank Baum; first appears in Baum's classic children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and reappears in most of its sequels; main character in various adaptations, notably the classic 1939 movie adaptation of the book, The Wizard of Oz. In later books, Oz steadily becomes more familiar to her than her homeland of Kansas. Indeed, Dorothy eventually goes to live in an apartment in the Emerald City, but only after her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry have settled in a farmhouse on its outskirts, unable to pay the mortgage on their house in Kansas. Dorothy's best friend Princess Ozma, officially makes her a princess in a later book; Species: Human; Gender: Female; Occupation: Adventurer, royal princess, government liaison, farm girl; Nationality: American (later Ozite); The fictional Dorothy's last name is never mentioned in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz or The Marvelous Land of Oz, the first two Oz books. It is disclosed in the third book Ozma of Oz (1907))
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