• Freud's Oz Freudian Views In The Wizard Of Oz
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    Freud's Oz: Freudian Views in The Wizard of Oz The film The Wizard of Oz is definitely about the concept of returning home. This is made clear throughout the film. Dorothy's entire time in Oz is spent trying to get back home to Kansas. Then when she gets back home she tells Aunt Em that 'all I kept saying to everybody was 'I want to go home.' ' This fits perfectly with the time, 1939, that The Wizard of Oz was produced. One reason was that due to the depression, many people were forced away fro...
  • Bad Witch Dorothy Good Heart
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    Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, a Zen master? The Tin Man an enlightenment seeker? "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" a mantra? Joey Green's, The Zen of Oz, is a witty, whimsical, and surprisingly insightful introduction to Eastern Philosophy via one of the world's most beloved movies. It delivers universal truths in a charming, non-preachy, fashion allowing you to explore Dorothy's yellow brick road, as well as your own. Along the way, you will discover original song lyrics, your favorite dial...
  • Crater Lake Island Feet Water
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    Crater Lake Crater Lake is located at southwestern off Highway 62 in Oregon. It is Oregon? s only national park. It is the deepest lake in the United States and is the seventh deepest in the world. Crater Lake has an average diameter of 5. 3 miles in length and is approximately 1, 932 feet deep. Crater Lake is a result of a volcanic explosion that happened about 7, 000 years ago. A long time ago, the pacific oceanic plate was gradually moving under the pacific continental plate in the process o...
  • Madame Morrible Elphaba Wizard Book
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    Wicked, the Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the East is a fantasy book by Gregory Maguire. It follows the life of the Wicked Witch, the character from the Wizard of Oz, from her birth to her death, or her pseudo-death. It also explores the question the nature of good and evil. The main character is, of course, the Wicked Witch, Elphaba. She is born green, with really sharp teeth, and afraid of water. When she gets near water, she just gets really scared, and when she cries or a couple drop...
  • Cognitive Artifacts Windows 95
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    Cognitive Artifacts & Windows 95 The article on Cognitive Artifacts by David A. Norman deals with the theories and principles of artifacts as they relate to the user during execution and completion of tasks. These principles and theories that Norman speaks about may be applied to any graphical user interface, however I have chosen to relate the article to the interface known as Windows 95. Within Windows 95, Microsoft has included a little tool called the wizard that guides us through the steps ...
  • Frank Lyman Baum Mother In Law
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    Frank Lyman Baum Frank Lyman Baum was born on May 15 th, 1856, and is best known for his superior book, The Wizard of Oz. His book was so popular, that they even made a movie in 1939 starring Judy Garland, based on the book. It became the first color film ever. Besides The Wizard of Oz, he wrote many other children's stories. As a young man, Baum lived in New York where he authored, produced, and acted in a play, The Maid of Arran, and he toured it from Canada to Kansas. Later on, he decided to...
  • Wonderful Wizard Book Story Dorothy
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    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz By L. Frank Baum The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a fictional adventure / fantasy that was written by L. Frank Baum in 1965. L. Frank Baum was born near Chittenango, New York in 1856. Frank grew up with a heart condition so he couldn't play physically like other children so he developed a creative side, so he decided to write stories. The setting of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was set in with a happy society with some upsetting problems. The story was set in the 1950's, t...
  • Wicked Witch Wizard Dorothy World
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    Survival of the Fittest Fairy tales, such as Mervyn Leroy's 1939 production of The Wizard of Oz, follow children throughout the ages because each child contains a wholesome instinctive desire for fantastic stories and manifest reality. Characters like the munchkins and fairies of Grimm and Anderson have brought more joy to young hearts than from all other human inventions. The Wizard of Oz has served for generations and is now considered a historical tale in the childrens library. Contemporary c...
  • Judy Garland First Made Famous
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    Judy Garland's real name was Frances Guam. Judy and her two older sisters changed their stage name to Garland. A year later Frances changed her name to Judy. At age 13 a man named Louis B. Mayer was so impressed by her voice that he sighed her on a contract for M. G. M. Her first real screen appearance was called 'Every Sunday'. She also appeared in 'Pigskin Parade'. She sang 'Dear Mr. Gable' in 'Broadway Melody of 1938'. Judy Stared in 'Thorough Beds Don't Cry'. Her frequent screen Partner wa...
  • Harry Potter Stone Voldemort Wizard
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    Book report Harry Potter In this book report I will talk about a book that is very popular: Harry Potter. There are four books, the author is supposed to write two more books. Today, I will talk about the first book: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone. Harry Potter is a boy of 11 years old. His parents were killed when he was a baby and he was confided to his uncle and is family: The Dursley. He lived there for approximately 10 years, his bedroom was under the stairs. It looked more like a c...
  • Wizard Baum Books Land
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    Over 100 years ago lived a man who loved to entertain neighborhood children by telling magical fantasy stories to them. The children loved the stories. Then, on the evening of May 7 th, 1898, a little girl asked him, (about the wonderful characters he had created, ) "Where do they live?" The man looked at a filing cabinet in the room. The top drawer was labeled A-N... the bottom drawer was labeled O-Z. And on this night the land that is now a part of our culture was, "born." This man's name was...
  • Hary Potter Harry Voldermort Wizard
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    Name of book: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Type of book: Fiction (Fantasy) Why did you choose this book: I chose Harry Potter and the Half-Blood prince because I have read the past 5 Harry Potter books. I waited 2 years for this book to come out, I could not wait to know what happened next in the series as I purchased the book right when it was released. Setting: The Harry Potter books take place in England and an imaginary wizard ing word (Hogwarts, Diag on Alley etc) Main Character #...
  • Creative Writer Web 61623 Page
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    Creative Writer 2 Readme (c) 1996 Microsoft CorporationContentsGetting Started Creative Writer 2 Home Page Hardware and Software Requirements Internet E-mail Making Web Pages Web Publishing Creative Writer 1. 0 CompatibilityTroubleshootingWhen You Have a Question Getting Started Before you set up Creative Writer 2, it is best to close other applications. Also, do not remove the Creative Writer 2 disc from your computer during Setup. If you follow these guidelines, but still encounter problems du...
  • The Hobbit Evil Dragon
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    In the enchanting story The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tonkin the main character undergoes a significant changes. The character goes from a peaceful fun loving hobbit to a brave daring adventurer who helps kill an evil dragon and steel a great treasure. Finally at the end starts his adventure home. It all begins one fine morning when Biblo Baggins got an unexpected knock on his door. He answered and an old man came in. First the hobbit did not notice who he was. Finally he remembered it was his old fri...
  • The Effect Of Wizard Of Oz On Me
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    "Somewhere over the rainbow," - my favorite song from The Wizard of Oz from the first time I saw it at age five to now. The very thought of leaving behind the black and white reality to escape to a land of color and excitement fascinated me. Each time in viewing this movie my imagination was filled with the dreams of what lay outside of Kemp. Dorothy Gayle was an only child living on a farm on the Kansas countryside. Without the companionship of any other children, Dorothy grew up alone with Au...
  • Wicked Witch Wizard Dorothy World
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    Survival of the Fittest Fairy tales, such as Mervyn Leroy? s 1939 production of The Wizard of Oz, follow children throughout the ages because each child contains a wholesome instinctive desire for fantastic stories and manifest reality. Characters like the munchkins and fairies of Grimm and Anderson have brought more joy to young hearts than from all other human inventions. The Wizard of Oz has served for generations and is now considered a? historical? tale in the children? s library. Contempor...