The Wizard of Oz
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The Wizard of Oz is a classic musical based on the L. Frank Baum novel, made in 1939. The film starts with one of the greatest instances of special effects on screen, a tornado over Kansas in which teenager Dorothy Gale's (Judy Garland) house is carried to a wondrous land called Oz.… The first scene in Oz is a huge parade, with music, marching and a multitude…
The wizard of Oz
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In the cinematic masterpiece The Wizard of Oz director Victor Fleming presents a fairy tale story told within a dream of a young girl from Kansas. The fresh-faced mid-Western familiarity of Dorothy and her family’s farm-based lifestyle is contrasted within her fevered dream by two surreal and alien worlds, one almost quintessentially American in its technology-inspired magical efficiency and the other a dark and foreboding world that has the look and feel of ancient Europe.…
The Wizard οf Oz
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Have you ever wondered about what happened in the Land f Oz before that do-gooder Dorothy and her dog Toto came on the scene and saved the world Well, Gregory Maguire did, and he went one step further - he wrote a book. Wicked: The Life and Times f the Wicked Witch f the West is the result f Maguire's ponderings. … Wicked is the biography f Elphaba - the…
Film Critique: Wizard of Oz
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The Movie “The Wizard of Oz” still remains one of the best Musical, Science fiction and Fantasy film ever produced in the 21st century first released on august 25, 1939 in the United States of America. This film was directed by victor Fleming Norman Taurog and George Cukor,… dy Garland as Dorothy Gale, Frank Morgan as Marvel Wizard, Ray Bolger as…
Wizard of oz and spirited away
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The central locale of Spirited Away is a Japanese bathhouse. The bathhouse has a variety of creatures that come to the bathhouse to bathe and get refreshments. The portrayal of Shrine Shinto… The Wizard of Oz is a tale about the negotiation of gender, race and identity in popular culture. Spirited Away is about a child’s transition from childhood to…
Psychological Criticism of A Wizard Of Earthsea
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 Psychological Criticism Of The Book “A Wizard Of Earthsea”, By Ursula K. Le Guin Psychological criticism is one of the well known forms of criticism in the English literature arena. This paper will be a psychological criticism and analyzes the fact as to why the author of the book A Wizard Of Earthsea, Ursula K.… This book went on to become quiet famous all…
Troubles in A Wizard of Earthsea and Life Issues
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Troubles in “A Wizard of Earthsea” and life issues Name: Institution: Course: Date: Through the use of feminist criticism, problems like pride, lack of obedience, lack of equity in society, bias and use of the father tongue and mother tongue are clearly shown in the story A Wizard of Earthsea (Le Guin).… However, even with this explanation the decision appears…
The Essay on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
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One of the most popular children’s literatures of all time is L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. His clever combination of fantasy and reality in his book was extraordinary that not only the young readers enjoy reading the book, but the adults as well.… It was not only Dorothy, the main character in the story, who provided much interest and excitement…
Analysis of the Film The Wizard of Oz (1939)
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The researcher of the essay "Analysis of the Film The Wizard of Oz (1939)" aims to analyze the film "The Wizard of Oz". Victor Fleming allows attaching with it a view of wonders and fantasy which are deeply embedded in the reality of society for which the idea of populism has since prevailed.… With reference to the more obvious part of the subject, the…
Categories and Functions of Sound: The Wizard of Oz
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A dialogue can be both diegetic, coming from within the film, and non-diegetic, when the sound is not coming from within the movie (Goodykoontz & Jacobs, 2011). A diegetic dialogue is depicted in the film in the instance… Sound effects are used in the Wizard of OZ to enhance some emotion feel. Dorothy’s first meeting with the Tin Man depicts the use of sound…
Wizard of Oz Better as Book or Film
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Wizard of Oz Better as Book or Film In recent years, it seems, there have been no few new stories told. Instead, most of Hollywood seems intent on recreating favored stories of the past. … However, this seeming recent trend actually has a long history. Examples of this exist as far back as the beginning of the film industry with Hollywood’s early…
Narrative Report on The Wizard of Oz (1939)
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The two terms “story” and “plot” can both be used to describe the way that a book or a film, or any kind of narrative text, moves along through a sequence from the beginning, through the middle and finally to the end. The story, is used to talk about the thrust of the… It has significance as a unit, and a thread can be traced all the way along. Plot, on the…
American old film class Cabin in the Sky and The Wizard of Oz
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Frank Baum novel, made in 1939. The film starts with one of the greatest instances of special effects on screen, a tornado over Kansas in which teenager Dorothy Gale’s (Judy Garland) house is carried to a wondrous land… The sets are lavish, costumes bizarre, colours psychedelic and the music is loud and active. Two very good visual sequences are the foreboding…
Nathan Forrests Monument Tribute to Selmas Defender or Wizard of Ku Klux Klan
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Nathan Bedford Forrest: a racist, a ruthless slaughterer, or an American hero? People of Selma, Alabama remain divided in opinion as to if a monument commemorating a Civil War Hero or the leader of Ku Klux Klan should be built. … Nathan Forrest’s Monument – Tribute to Selma’s Defender or Wizard of Ku Klux Klan In my perspective, laws of justice and humanity…
The Classic Film The Wizard of Oz is Not a Fable, but Rather a Parable on Populism
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Name Professor Course Date Introduction Invention of information communication technology in the world ignited production of top-notch films through the use of modern tools and applications. Films are visual and audio produced pictures. In ancient times, films were viewed in designated film halls but nowadays individuals view them in the comfort of their homes, thanks to innovations in technology.…
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“The Wizard of Oz” is based on L. Frank Baum’s “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” published in 1900.It was a political metaphor of the influences that is widespread during Baum’s era such as the populism in the country. … In the 1896 elections, advocates of populism supported William Jennings Bryan, a Democrat presidential nominee. Dorothy’s character in The Wizard…
Inquiry 2
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Inquiry 2b The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was originally written and published in 1900 by L. Frank Baum. It was extremely popular among children and adults alike (Greydanus, n.pag.); so much that several Broadway plays were made on the book.… Although the main story for the MGM film adaptation of the book remained the same, some parts were altered for example the…
Synopsis on the Broadway Musical Wicked
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The Good Witch of the East addresses the jubilant crowd, telling them that evil is not always inherent, but can be forced upon a person. The story of the two witches thus commences in flashbacks. Elphaba… She tells Elphaba that she may meet the Wizard of OZ, a great honor. Elphaba insists that Madame Morrible include Galinda in the Sorcery classes. This act…
Industrialization in the USA during the 19th century
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Part of the reason why industrialization took place in the USA during the 19th century was due to the blooming of trade between North America, Europe and Western Africa, which saw the supply of raw materials increase by a large margin.… This trade led to a surplus of raw materials into the United States causing the need to industrialize the manufacturing…
The Impact of Cinematography and Editing Options
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The paper "The Impact of Cinematography and Editing Options" analyzes the movie Wizard of Oz. Cinematography and editing options like color, focus, transitions, lighting, and camera shots influence the placement and movement of characters and props in the scene showing Dorothy leaving Kansas for Oz.… The paper will analyze the movie Wizard of Oz.…
The place of animals in society is an important theme in wicked.Why does Elphaba make it her mission to fight for animal right.How else does social class define
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The issue of Elphaba's wickedness is directly related to the political unrest that results in Oz as a result of the arrival of the Wizard. Prior to Wizard appearance in Oz and his co-opting of religious and social fabric of the land, the religious tradition was based on Lurline the Fairy Queen and her daughter Ozma whom she placed as ruler.… The animals hurled…
Summary about the adventures of Aladdin
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One day, in search of wild figs, Aladdin met a well dressed and dark-eyed stranger who asked him to go down a manhole and pick him a lamp. Once in, Aladdin was astonished by the priceless gems, jewels, and golden pots in… Excited, he told his mother of the adventures. The widow took the lamp and rubbed it. Out came a genie that offered them all they wanted…
Contemporary Hero's Quest - Harry Potter
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In the Harry Potter’s Contemporary Hero’s Quest, Harry potter is the hero who crosses from the muggle world into the wizarding world to find powers to save the world from an evil wizard Lord Voldermort. This evil is terrorizing the whole wizarding and muggle world and has… In spite of them being from the wizarding world just like Harry, their efforts…
Lab
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We shall start working by going into the Network and Sharing Center via Control Panel; it can also be quickly accessed by right-clicking on the network icon in the system tray. Once we are there, we will see the link for "Set up a new connection or network" as shown in the… The final step is to enable the connection sharing using the network card; this will…
The Circular Ruins
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In his collection of short stories called Labyrinths, the Argentine author, Jorge Luis Borges, has put forward, in almost every fictional writing of his, the idea of labyrinth. He was known as The Labyrinth Maker. His story, The Circular Ruins, also contains in it the idea of… , in fact, is being referred to as a labyrinth which keeps man traveling and…
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