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  • Dorothy's Monomyth In The Grapes Of Wrath

    gets back to the house, a storm approaches picking Dorothy's house up in a tornado. As her house swirls around the vortex of the tornado, Dorothy's house lands in the Land of the Oz. Thats when her…

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  • Wicked Play Analysis

    musical play I watched called “Wicked”. The play is a musical based on the novel called “Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West” and is an alternate telling of the classic film known as “The Wizard of Oz” which takes place before Dorothy’s arrival to the Land of Oz and provides a prequel by explaining how Elphaba became the Wicked Witch we have come to know her as and told in her perspective along with the Good Witch of the North, Glinda. I am going to cover my experiences…

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  • Wizard Of Oz Color Analysis

    For L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, color takes a center part in the novel. The story centers on young Dorothy, a farm girl in Kansas who is tired of her dreary life. Her home is dreary and gray. After her house get caught in a cyclone she wakes up in Oz, a land filled with beauty. She meets companions on her journey home and fights the evil witch of the west. Throughout the novel the reader is exposed to different colors. These colors are gray, blue, and green, and they symbolize…

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  • Frank Baum's The Wizard Of Oz

    risk that it can destroy what once was, leading to pain and regret. In Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, the Wizard’s decision to leave the Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Lion in charge of Oz, is a decision that could prove to be both beneficial and disastrous. If Dorothy were to return to Oz ten years after her adventure there, she would find a whole new kingdom waiting for her. Throughout Dorothy’s journey in Oz, she killed both of the Wicked Witches, and brought peace to the land. The Scarecrow, Tin…

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  • Tinkerbell Puzzle Research Paper

    The object I has selected for this essay was a Tinkerbell Fairy Puzzle. This puzzle is a 63 piece puzzle and is a Disney puzzle. This puzzle isn’t a full puzzle, this Tinkerbell puzzle is missing one piece. If you were to look at his puzzle you would see it has all the main fairies from the Tinkerbell movies. In the upper left corner there is the Fairy Iridessa she is wearing a sun yellow dress with a picture of a sunflower seed on it and a brown belt. The dress is a strapless, short, dress and…

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  • Compare And Contrast Essay On The Wizard Of Oz

    When dealing with a popular story such as The Wizard Of Oz, coming across different versions of this narrative happens quite frequently and causes differences within the plot to arise. In Franks Baum’s, The Wizard of Oz published in 1990, Dorothy is caught in a tornado’s path, which ultimately carries her and her house to the Land of Oz. After venturing out on a journey to meet the Wizard of Oz, who was suggested to help Dorothy return home, she meets some friends who decide to accompany her on…

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  • Populism In The Wizard Of Oz

    Wonderful Wizard of Oz written by L. Frank Baum, who favored bimetallism greatly focused on the primary matter, that being the Free Silver movement, which caused a great impact to the nation.The Wizard of Oz is an allegory of the political and economic environment of the Populist era because it resembles a story that can be interpreted to reveal a political movement through the characters,setting, and certain items and main ideas that were displayed in the book. In the Wizard of Oz a character…

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  • Wizard Of Oz Character Analysis

    In the movie, The Wizard of Oz, the protagonist and antagonist are both Dorothy, which means the conflict is person vs. self. Dorothy is going against the side of herself that doesn’t appreciate the home that she has and also her family. Dorothy dreams of a place much better than her home, only to realize at the end of the movie that Kansas is where she belongs. In the initial incident, Ms. Gulch, the “witch” that lived in Kansas, took Toto, Dorothy’s dog, away from her. Dorothy then got very…

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  • Examples Of Courage In The Wizard Of Oz

    Wizard of Oz: Lion’s Courage and Dorothy’s Love All around the world acts of courage and love are shown everyday. Having courage is being able to do something that scares you. Everyday we are faced with an obstacle that might scare us, but we use our courage to overcome it. Love shows how much you care for someone. Every day people show love for each other. Whether it’s a simple “love you” from your parents before school or “have a great day”. In The Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum, the…

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  • Amy Gumm's Dorothy Must Die

    What if Dorothy became the queen of Oz? Would she still be the caring,kindhearted girl from Kansas or would she use her power for her own twisted use?In Dorothy Must Die by Daniella Paige Amy Gumm gets sucked up by a tornado in Kansas.She is transported to the magical world of Oz, away from her school, her recreational vehicle and her drunken mom. But instead of falling into Munchkinland she landed near the home of the Order of the Witches. The witches tell Amy how Dorothy became mad with power…

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