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  • Symbolism on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

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    1900. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was so well liked by the public that they wrote thirteen sequels to it. Some of Baum’s sequels included The Marvelous Land of Oz 1904, Ozma of Oz 1907, Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz 1908, The Road to Oz 1909, The Emerald City of Oz 1910, The Patchwork Girl of Oz 1913, Tik-Tok of Oz 1914, The Scarecrow of Oz 1915, and Rinkitink in Oz 1916. According to a reader, “Oz so captivated the public’s fancy that a succession of writes continued the series long after Baum’s

  • Rainforests In The Amazon Rainforest

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    Amazon has many species of animals that are all connected somehow but using only a small handful of producers and consumers can make it easier to understand and show how they are connected in some way. A macaw and a fruit bat eat orchids but the emerald tree boa will soon eat macaw and the fruit bat. Across the Amazon, a spider monkey can be eating from a banana tree or the jaguar will eat the Bengal bamboo then the spider monkey. Soon the jaguar can be patiently waiting for the next victim, which

  • Marketing Research

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    Importance of Marketing Research Companies use marketing research to identify problems or opportunities that they might encounter. Organizations may also use marketing research to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and certain trends that are forming in their market. H&R Block is a tax service company that prepares state and federal taxes for individual customers and small to mid-size companies (H&R Block, 2010). This company has defined their marketing research and has different types

  • Wizard Of Oz Comparison

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    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a children’s novel that was published in 1900 and written by L. Frank Baum and because of its great success, it lead to the creation of the Oz series of thirteen additional books. Over the years, thousands of adaptations have been made of Baum’s novel. The most successful adaptation is The Wizard of Oz (1939) directed by Victor Fleming and produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). The film and the novel are both very similar, however there are many differences pertaining

  • Film Analysis: The Wizard Of Oz

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    Home Is A Place in Your Heart ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ has been sung at enough pre-k beauty pageants over the past year to cement the idea that The Wizard of Oz, despite it’s age, is not going anywhere anytime soon. Many people love the idea of getting lost in a brightly colored place far away from home, only to realize home is where you belong; however, when the original book of ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ is examined, reader’s find the raw truths that exist in the world of Oz. In today’s

  • The Serpent's Tale

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    (for all you Latin jumbo shrimp or science geeks you should conclude that said serpent is a Green Tree Python), who dwelled within a grand, graceful, green…apartment building. Technically speaking, she did (yes, it was a female) reside within an emerald green city of trees, but only for the placement of the building which she was contained within. The artificial structure that her Homo sapien captors called their home was bathed in green paint to match the outfit of the forest that hugged around

  • Analysis Of The Wizard Of Oz

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    uncle’s farm in a storm; in the dream, she is carried away to a land different from anything she has ever seen. Along the way she meets new friends who all wish to ask something of the Great Wizard of Oz for themselves. Once they reach the great Emerald City, however, they find the city to be a fraud; the very thing each had been searching for was found within each of them. Historian Hugh Rockoff claims The Wizard of Oz contains numerous symbols of the political and social issues. His analysis

  • Examples Of Atheism In The Wizard Of Oz

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    her way to the Emerald City, following the yellow brick road, to speak with the Great and Powerful Oz and ask for his help to get back home. On her journey she encounters three characters, the Scarecrow, the Tin man, and the Cowardly Lion. As well as defending herself from the Wicked Witch of the West, attempting to

  • Crazy Little Thing Called Ireland: Crazy Little Thing Called Ireland

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    Jessica Bock Professor Sammond English 1101 19 February 2014 Crazy Little Thing Called Ireland Picture this. It is the day of the Saint Patrick’s Day parade in Belmar New Jersey. Look to the left and now to the right. People are dressed head to toe in emerald green and bright orange, waving around the green, orange and white Irish flag. After frantically looking around for a vacant spot on the curb to sit, the parade begins and the sounds of bagpipes and drums fill the air. Year after year, the music,

  • The Influences of Fun and Humour in The Workplace

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    613 – 631. Norman, NJ (2008), Humour in the workplace – “Let’s get goofy”, PACRAO 2008. [Lecture notes] Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe, AZ Plester, B 2009, ‘Crossing the line: boundaries of workplace humour and fun’, Emerald in sight, Vol. 31 no 6, pp. 584 – 599. Riches, L 2011 ‘Facebook and the office: Drawing a line’ Sydney Morning Herald, 1 March, viewed on April 3 2011 Seidler, J 2011 ‘As social network news goes viral who’s doing any work’ Sydney Morning