The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Quotes by L. Frank Baum
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Frank Baum and illustrator W. In his first appearance, the Scarecrow reveals that he lacks a brain and desires above all else to have one. Throughout the course of the novel, he proves to have the brains he seeks and is later recognized as "the wisest man in all of Oz," although he continues to credit the Wizard for them. He is, however, wise enough to know his own limitations and all too happy to hand the rulership of Oz, passed to him by the Wizard, to Princess Ozma , and become one of her trusted advisors, though he typically spends more time having fun than advising. He tells her about his creation and of how he at first scared away the crows, before an older one realised he was a straw man, causing the other crows to start eating the corn. The old crow then told the Scarecrow of the importance of brains. The "mindless" Scarecrow joins Dorothy in the hope that The Wizard will give him a brain.
He is the first ally Dorothy meets. He seeks a brain from the Wizard. Somewhere in the middle of the Munchkin Country of Oz, he was introduced as being placed high up on a wooden pole in the cornfields of the Munchkin farming community. He is described as having an overstuffed sack filled with straw for a head with a mouth, nose, ears and eyes painted on with blue paint, one of his eyes is said to be larger than the other and has two big blue buttons for pupils. On his stuffed body he wears worn-out and faded hand-me down Munchkin clothing of blue, with an old wrinkled and pointed hat that stands a foot above his head. Around his waist is an old leather belt and on his stuffed feet are old and scuffed farm-boots of navy blue.
The Scarecrow is a fictional character invented by L. Frank Baum , author and creator of the Oz legacy.
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