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Later in the series of Oz novels, author L. Frank Baum revisited some of the characters he originally introduced in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and filled in the back story and narrative arc for each of them in their own book-length feature stories. This tale follows Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman of Oz, as he woos and pursues his Munchkin beloved and meets up with friends new and old. the Tin Woodman and his friends set off to find his former fiancée, their many adventures include an encounter with a wicked giantess and a meeting with the tinsmith who first made the renowned tin man.
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