Wizard Of Oz Outline

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I. Title
The Wizard of Oz

II. Playwright
Frank Baum
(Lyman Frank Baum (May 15, 1856 – May 6, 1919), better known by his pen name L. Frank Baum, was an American author chiefly known for his children 's books, particularly The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.)

III. Theme
The theme of The Wizard Oz is MUSICAL and it’s all about Separation of the Family.

IV. Message of the Play. The story of The Wizard of Oz wants us to teach to face your fears and about realizing that what you seek is often inside you, you just need to solve it by your own. In this story you can also to teach the children about courage, friendship, loyalty, selflessness and developing your own inner abilities. The Wicked Witch was mean and cruel and consequently had
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Thesis Statement

c. Body of the Paper Dorothy lived with her hardworking but dour Uncle Henryand Aunt Em on the bleak Kansas prairie. She was an energetic and joyful little girl who delighted in her small dog, Toto. One day a dangerous cyclone swept across the prairie. Toto hid under the bed in the farmhouse, so Dorothy did not make it into the storm cellar. The cyclone picked up the house with Dorothy and Toto still inside. As the hours passed, Dorothy tried to remain calm and eventually fell asleep.

When she awoke she and Toto were in a fantastical and strange land. Coming out of the house, she and Toto were met by a few small men that called themselves Munchkins and the elderly but beautiful Witch of the North. The Witch informed Dorothy that her house landed on the Wicked Witch of the East and killed her, thus setting the Munchkins free from their long slavery under her command. Dorothy was horrified to hear that she had killed someone, but she was given a present of the Witch 's silver slippers. She asked how she could get home and the Witch told her she would do best to ask the powerful Wizard of Oz who lived in the Emerald
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Passing a field, she encountered The Scarecrow, whom she released from his position held aloft in the field. He told her he wanted brains and asked if he could go with her to visit the Wizard. She happily agreed and the two companions (and Toto) continued along the yellow brick road to Oz. They helped save The Tin Woodman, who had rusted in the forest while cutting down a tree. He joined them, hoping to ask the Wizard for his dearest wish – a heart. They also met The Cowardly Lion, who, after roaring at them loudly, sheepishly admitted he had no courage and wanted to ask Oz to grant him some so he could be a real King of
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