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A Very Organized and Detailed Analysis of "The Wizard of Oz"

Summary: Presents a very organized and detailed analysis of "The Wizard of Oz."
The Wizard of Oz is a classical 1930s film. The film is a wonderful, and sometimes scary, fantasy about a girl named Dorothy (Judy Garland) who is carried by a tornado from her Kansas home to the strange and wonderful Land of Oz. She sets out on a journey in search of a way to get home. Along the way, Dorothy is befriended by a talking scarecrow, tin man and lion, each of whom is also in search of something. The scarecrow lacks a brain; the tin man a heart; and, the cowardly lion is looking to find courage. This movie depicts Dorothy's physical journey, beginning in Kansas, to the Land of Oz. Several techniques, like characterisation and symbolism are used to depict the physical journey, and its progress. However, the physical journey is not the only journey that...

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