8 December, 2021

10 Artifacts from Literature That We Wish Were Real

Dorothy’s silver shoes from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

That’s right — the ruby slippers are just for the movies. In L. Frank Baum’s original text, Dorothy’s magical footwear are silver, though they serve the same basic purpose: to transport the wearer wherever they wish to go. Now there’s a pair of shoes we definitely need.

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