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ok you said, could there be another reason for your state of mind, and I said I understand what my state of mind was.
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 13:34:18 -0600 From: "Ruth Berman" <berma005 at umn.edu> Subject: [Regalia] chick the cherub Hungry Tiger Press (David Maxine) <hungrytigerpress at pacbell.net> wrote about the John Dough/Gingerbread of A. Baldwin Sloane's play 1905 GINGERBREAD MAN and the 1905 play-version of Denslow's THE PEARL AND THE PUMPKIN and speculated that they and Baum at some point during the run of the stage WIZARD might all have chatted about gingerbread (and the John Dough pun) as possible materials. Sounds plausible. It occurs to me that one reason Baum decided he wanted Chick in his 1906 "John Dough" might have been that the new character made for a sharper distinction between his treatment and theirs. Initially (known from a 1912 letter Baum wrote to Britton, quoted in one of David Greene's early "Bugle" articles, and again by J.L. in his "Bugle" article on "John Dough"), Baum was writing the story thinking it would make a good serial for "Ladies' Home Journal," but the editor thought he ought to write in a child character, "and I either had a grouch or the big-head and refused to alter the text." When Baum decided to take the editor's advice after all (but at that point he seems to have been thinking of it as a full-length book, and doesn't seem to have offered it again for serialization), Chick wound up becoming a memorable character. While we're mentioning gingerbreadmen, there's also Ruth Plumly Thompson's "The Gingerbread Man," one of her 1923 clever tales in verse written as ads for Royal Baking Powder. She went for alliteration rather than the pun (maybe she thought the pun was a bit — er — stale by then?), and called him Johnny Gingerbread instead.
I started going to Drs almost 20 years ago now, starting as a teenager. I understand what my state of mind was.
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