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    Comparing Frank Baum’s Dorothy Gale of the Oz series and Lewis Carroll’s Alice of Alice in Wonderland Lewis Carroll’s Alice and Frank Baum’s Dorothy are two of the most well-known and well-loved heroines of all time. At first glance, both Alice and Dorothy appear to be rather accurate renditions of actual little girls who embark on their own adventures in strange and fantastical lands. However, closer scrutiny reveals that only one of these characters is a true portrayal of what a little girl

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    vastly different from the movie! In the movie, Dorothy ran away from home and was caught in the cyclone while looking for her aunt and uncle, not standing there in the doorway watching as it formed. Neither did she simply lie down during the storm. A piece of the window, if I am recalling correctly, broke off and hit her in the head, causing her to fall down and witness flying animals, as well as family members, outside her window. The Land of Oz and Dorothy 's time there, is all real in the book, not

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    chances is not only a part of life but it is necessary. Dorothy Gale is a 24 year old woman who is comfortable living her quiet life with her aunt and uncle. Her aunt Em tries to persuade her to move out on her own and experience life and that the love of family will always be around. Dorothy admits that she doesn't understand the feeling Aunt Em is taking about and how she's afraid to take chances. Through it all Aunt Em tries to coach Dorothy through her fears and encourages her to apply for a teaching

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    throughout history. A 15 year old girl named Dorothy Gale lives with her dog toto, aunt Em, and Uncle Henry on a farm in kansas. magical land of OZ. This magical Land of Oz contains many strange things such as witches- good and bad, talking animals, munchkin civilizations, and flying monkeys. This bizarre place is ruled by a great all-knowing wizard who lives in the capitol, the emerald city, which turns almost everything green. This emerald city applies to Dorothy because it’s her mission to reach the

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    Wizard Of Oz. The book tells the story of Dorothy Gale, a girl from Kansas who gets swept away to the magical Land of Oz during a tornado. While in the Land of Oz, she befriends a Scarecrow, a Tin Man, and a Cowardly Lion, defeats the Wicked Witc... ... middle of paper ... ... to teach little kids besides using their wicked imagination, which is not a bad thing. However, I think that “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” has more of a plot and a point. Dorothy basically does goodness and kindness to those

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    the Princess Dorothy, the rightful heir to the throne, must claim the throne before her eighteen birthday but she is missing. In Kansas, Dorothy is an orphan who lives on a farm with her uncle Henry and her aunt Em and is loved by two farmworkers. As Dorothy’s eighteen birthday approaches uncle henry promises her to show the papers that were left with her when she was found on the doorstep. The Ambassador arrives from Oz on a airplane and the villains who are with him want to stop Dorothy from seeing

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    simply on the screen. The Wizard of Oz is an example of a film that has multiple meanings beyond the context displayed. Through the film the main actor, Dorothy, is trying to back home and meets a series of friends who have a common goal to seek what they want most in life and they believe that the mystical wizard, Oz, can give it to them. Dorothy starts the movie living in a dull prairie in Kansas and is always saying how to wants to go somewhere. A storm hits and she travels to a colorful world

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    profoundly complex and requires critical inquiry to unravel its intricacies. Dorothy, a forlorn Kansas farmgirl, daydreams of a fanciful fantasia where her dog, Toto, doesn’t have to suffer the nuisance of a nasty spinster witch of a neighbor. So, she plans to run away – far, far away. I know, a little weighty, but stick with me. Bipped on the head after a terribly menacing tornado sweeps across her desolate Kansas landscape, Dorothy is knocked out cold as her house is magically carried away – in arguably

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    because they are all unique and have an interesting background that ties into the category. The actress Judy Garland plays Dorothy and easily falls under the category of an interpreter. Goodykoontz and Jacobs (2014) states an interpreter, "more typically refers to actors who take material and put their own stamp on it" (pg. 118). Judy Garland plays the leading role of Dorothy who is a young girl that dreams of a fantasy world and believes it is true. Although Judy is not as young as they portray

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    The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Buam is about a farm girl named Dorothy, who lives in a small grey town in Kansas with her Uncle Henry and Aunt Em. Dorothy soon takes an unplanned trip to The Land of Oz, when her home is swept up in a cyclone. As soon as Dorothy lands in Oz, she is greeted by the good witch of North and the munchkins of Oz. The people of the town praise her for killing the terrible witch of the East, but she explains to them she wishes to do nothing but get home back to Kanas. The witch

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