John Steinbeck's 'Glinda The Good Witch'

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At the very end of the story, Glinda the Good Witch told Dorothy that she had to figure out what “it” was for herself. However, as the audience it was a bit confusing as to what “it” actually was. When the Wizard leaves for Kansas without her, Dorothy is distraught because she believes that she’ll never be able to go back to Kansas. However, Glinda the Good Witch arrives to tell her some shocking news. The Witch said, “You don’t need to be helped any longer. You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas.” This shocked Dorothy as she spent all this time trying to get home. The conversation goes on to where Glinda tells her, “She had to learn it for herself” plus, “...she wouldn’t have believed me.” That statement gets the group thinking,
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