What viewpoint is the Wizard of Oz told in?
that of dorry or whatever her name is
Earnestly controlled emotion is what describes the mood in "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." Specifically, the story is told from the viewpoint of the omniscient narrator who knows all. The narrator is careful of emotional extremes. The narration is aimed at covering facts, but with occasional slip-sliding into awe, despair and fear.
If Dorothy Gale has ever had a middle name, nobody has ever written it down or shared it. L. Frank Baum, the writer who created her in 1900, didn't even give her a last name in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (she got it in the 1902 stage play The Wizard of Oz, and it made its debut in the books in the third Oz book, Ozma of Oz, in 1907). He never gave her…