This is example text for the description text. The Lion at once passed through the door, and glancing around saw, to his surprise, that before the throne was a Ball of Fire, so fierce and glowing he could scarcely bear to gaze upon it. His first thought was that Oz had by accident caught on fire and was burning up; but when he tried to go nearer, the heat was so intense that it singed his whiskers, and he crept back tremblingly to a spot nearer the door. Then a low, quiet voice came from the Ball of Fire, and these were the words it spoke: I am Oz, the Great and Terrible. Who are you, and why do you seek me? And the Lion answered, I am a Cowardly Lion, afraid of everything. I came to you to beg that you give me courage, so that in reality I may become the King of Beasts, as men call me. Why should I give you courage? demanded Oz. Because of all Wizards you are the greatest, and alone have power to grant my request, answered the Lion. The Ball of Fire burned fiercely for a time, and the voice said, Bring me proof that the Wicked Witch is dead, and that moment I will give you courage. But as long as the Witch lives, you must remain a coward.
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