Dorothy Gale

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  • Summary Of Dorothy's First Visit To Wonderland

    Chapter One: Dorothy 's First Visit to Wonderland One hot Kansas day Dorothy was walking Toto, Dorothy saw a white rabbit. “The rabbit was wearing a blue coat. That rabbit looks like it came from Oz. Dorothy told Toto. Dorothy follows the white rabbit and asking the white rabbit to wait up, but the white rabbit keeps running. When Dorothy and Toto saw the hole the white rabbit went through Dorothy took a peek. When Dorothy and Toto were taking a peek they lost their balance and fell into the rabbit hole. When they land on the ground Toto starts barking loud. Quiet Toto we do not want wake anything up or bring something to us. Dorothy said. I wonder if we are in Oz? Dorothy asks. Dorothy looks around and finds many doors. All the doors were locked and Dorothy finds a key and she tries the…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Home In The Wizard Of Oz

    Frank L. Baum's novel The Wizard of Oz teaches Dorothy Gale, the main protagonist, a good lesson on the importance of home. Dorothy lives on a gray farm in Kansas with her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, along with her dog Toto. After being taken away from her home, Dorothy learns that there are many places you will go but nothing can compare to the safety of your own home. Dorothy meets friends along the way in her journey through the magical land called Oz. Dorothy's journeys bring about new…

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  • Color And Symbolism In The Wizard Of Oz

    In the Wizard of Oz color plays a role throughout the novel without the readers not knowing. Many can think it does symbolize something or nothing. Each color symbolizes something different and some are similar. Each can represent money, emotions or people. Having colors as symbols make great lessons with different meanings. Gray is the first color that we are introduced in the story which represents Kansas. Kansas is Dorothy's home which she always describes as gray and…

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  • Song Analysis: Over The Rainbow, By Judy Garland

    unique cover done by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole in 1993. This cover of the popular ballad was and is loved by many. This cover also includes a verse from the song What a Wonderful World, by Louis Armstrong. Although songs that are covered have mostly the same lyrics, and somewhat similar chord progression, the songs can also differ in many different ways. The original version of Over The Rainbow has a very slow and sort of majestic feel to it. It feels as though Garland is standing on top of a…

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  • The Theme Of There Is No Place Like Home In The Wizard Of Oz

    it is the main theme and flow of the film which is beckoned throughout time is the aspect of Home. It is simply the short saying, there is no place like home (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Themes, 2016). The main protagonist, Dorothy, resides in a place that many people would be unwilling to call home. A Kansas prairie with a very great extent and dangerous…

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  • Example Of Foreshadowing In Wicked By Gregory Maguire

    Wicked, by Gregory Maguire, explores the life of the infamous “Wicked Witch of the West,” formerly known as Elphaba. Elphaba is born green. On top of that, she is almost completely/entirely unloved by her parents. Elphaba must navigate through life in Oz, facing the challenges of her appearance, an unjust government, racial injustices, life in society, and a world that seems like it’s out to get her. Slowly and steadily, Elphaba begins to tumble down farther and farther away from her reasonable…

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  • Free Narrative Essays: There's No Place Like Oz

    Baum’s classic American rhetoric and vivid imagery created an Oz that Caroline could not help but fall in love with all over again. As she drew closer to Dorothy’s return to Kansas, she began to wish that the pages would never have to stop turning; upon its eventual end, she was immensely satisfied, but still ached for more. It was then that she learned of the continuing series of books about Dorothy and Oz. She didn’t know it at the time, but this was the spark of her life-long love for…

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  • Essay On The Wizard Of Oz

    The Wizard of Oz is a story of a girl named Dorothy and her pet dog named Toto. The two become lost when a cyclone carries them away, from their home in Kansas, to the beautiful, enchanted, magical land of Oz. Dorothy and Toto need help in getting back home. Along the way, and in so doing, they make enemies with the Wicked Witch of the West. And they make friends with the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion. The friendship helps the five to survive many adventures, and to make each…

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  • Wizard Of Oz Play Analysis

    Dorothy taps her heels together three times and says to herself there’s no place like home. All of this happens because Dorothy ends up in Oz. The exposition starts out with Dorothy and her dog Toto coming out of the house very confused and surprised at where she could be. The major conflict in the Wizard of Oz during the play is that Dorothy ends up in the unknown place and wants to get back to Kansas. This conflict is stated throughout the play, but the Witch of the West had Dorothy, Tin Man,…

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  • Realism In Willa Cather's 'A Wagner Matinee'

    Willa Cather’s “A Wagner Matinee” was first published in 1904 and is a short story about a woman, named Georgiana, who finds herself transition from the ecstatic city of Boston, to the primitive Nebraska frontier. Cather’s “A Wagner Matinee” was inspired by Richard Wagner who was a German composer and conductor that lived from 1813 to 1883. He’s well known for his operas and his most famous work is that of “The Flying Dutchman”. Willa Cather, instead, wasn’t a musician but was an author of the…

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