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Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2008 22:00:09 -0500 From: "J. L. Bell" <jnolbell at earthlink.net> Subject: Re: [Regalia] gingerbread Nathan DeHoff wrote: > Since John has to drink the magic liquid given to him by the King of > the Fairy Beavers to make his repairs at the end of the book > permanent, it doesn't seem like his parts are quite as easily replaced > as Jack's or the Sawhorse's. This could imply that he won't last as > long as the Ozites of fragile construction. Jack and the Sawhorse are wood, and other artificial people in Oz are made of tin and cloth. Those substances are all more durable to begin with than gingerbread. Jack might fall apart in an accident, but he won't disintegrate like John. The Scarecrow gets soggy in the rain and the tin men rust, but they don't crumble to bits as John would. It seems like the Fairy Beaver King's potion causes John's pieces to stick together, or the new bits to stick to the old bits and become imbued with the Elixir of Life. Again, that's different from how new pieces are added to the cloth, metal, and wood creatures, and the difference seems inherent in the soft, spongy nature of gingerbread. Perhaps a sticky frosting glue could have produced the same result. But it wouldn't look as good—and John wouldn't like that. > Another thing to note about Chick is that his/her speech patterns seem > more slangy than those of a lot of Baum's other characters. Yes, John remarks on Chick's modern mode of speaking. It's another way that Baum drew a contrast between his two heroes: ancient wisdom versus contemporary common sense. On the one hand, the slang underscores how Chick is the most modern of children, raised by the latest technology. But there's also the hint, made explicit by the kinglet, that being reared by an incubator has left Chick a bit rude. J. L. Bell JnoLBell at earthlink.net Musings about some of my favorite fantasy literature for young readers. http://ozandends.blogspot.com
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