Frank L. Baum's The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz

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From a simple trip to Kansas, the stories unfold as the writer of The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz brings the fantasized world to life. The tail of a writer that takes ordinary things and reforms them to a mystical object that forms a story read by many. Frank L. Baum from a family of love and works his way to the top of books and the loving father to his family. Despite people who do not like the book, the writer has become famous for his classic Story. The writer of the Wonderful Wizard Of Oz was a man with mystical imagination due to his escape into a mystical world of friends and witches. It is unknown of the writer behind the curtain, but the author of The Wizard Of Oz turned memories and family into the whimsical story that we all cherish …show more content…
From the witches to the tornado the story is filled to the brim with the lessons and memories that Baum had learned. The start of it all came for the one and only trip in Frank’s life to the bleak and dead state known as Kansas. This trip although taught him many useful lessons that we find stellar in the book we read today. Although only going to the state in person once, he would return in his story as we still do today. Although his view changed in the year of 1888 when he changed his thought of the bleak and dead Kansas to a place where a person can be someone. Sadly the final push for the book was when his 5 year old niece Dorothy died from a …show more content…
I was the inspiration for Glenda Frank's wife showed her true nature in the loving and happiness as she brought to her husband and hard times. When Frank and Maud’s first child is on their way Frank began working in his family Oil Business. This later becoming the tin man, sadly did not work out as a living. After the oil business, Frank and his family moved and he became a publisher of newspaper. In his newspaper he chronicled the Great Plains in their droughts and tornadoes. What's all the one that failed Frank how to find work, when the Chicago World's Fair was being built move forward. Leaving his wife and his children behind he went off to find work. In the time of the World Fair his family moved into Chicago with him and he met Thomas Jefferson, he would later become The Wizard of Oz. Also, another Job that played a huge roll in the book was Frank’s toy shop. This and the small children that came into the store with the twinkle in their eyes from the wonder of toys gave Frank the cute and crowd favorite

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