Dorothy


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Dorothy

flies via tornado to Oz. [Am. Lit.: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]
See: Fantasy

Dorothy

young girl, lost in dream world, follows the Yellow Brick Road to find the Wizard of Oz. [Am. Lit.: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]
See: Quest
References in classic literature ?
Dorothy was gifted with even a quicker tenderness than her husband, and she approved of all his doings and intentions.
The tears burst forth from his full heart as he attempted to reply; but Dorothy at length understood that he had a mother, who, like the rest of her sect, was a persecuted wanderer.
When Dorothy stood in the doorway and looked around, she could see nothing but the great gray prairie on every side.
When Dorothy, who was an orphan, first came to her, Aunt Em had been so startled by the child's laughter that she would scream and press her hand upon her heart whenever Dorothy's merry voice reached her ears; and she still looked at the little girl with wonder that she could find anything to laugh at.
Dorothy, meanwhile, no less struck by your appearance, gazes on you in great agitation, and drops a few unintelligible hints.
Not when Dorothy has given you to understand that there is a secret subterraneous communication between your apartment and the chapel of St.
But you will see, when you begin to read the story, that Toto was in Kansas while Dorothy was in California, and so she had to start on her adventure without him.
Dorothy found her, you see, and who her parents were nobody knows.
This little girl, Dorothy, was like dozens of little girls you know.
Finally one of the children inquired why we couldn't hear from Princess Dorothy by wireless telegraph, which would enable her to communicate to the Historian whatever happened in the far-off Land of Oz without his seeing her, or even knowing just where Oz is.
Course not, Shaggy Man," replied Dorothy, giving him a severe look.
The fact was that Uncle Henry had gone to lie down in his little sleeping-berth, but Dorothy did not know that.