The Wizard of Oz

Topics: The Wizard of Oz, Land of Oz, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Pages: 3 (927 words) Published: March 7, 2013
Dorothy, an orphan who lived with her uncle and aunt in Kansas, was accidentally brought by a cyclone, as the cyclone lifted the house Dorothy and her dog, Toto, were in, to the Land of Oz. The house accidentally landed on a Wicked Witch of the East and killed her, which made the Munchkins freed from the Wicked Witch slavery. Despite the beauty of the Land of Oz and the gratefulness of the Munchkins, Dorothy still wanted to go back to Kansas. Thus the Good Witch of the North, which came to the Land of the East after the Munchkins sent her a message about the incident, suggested Dorothy to see the Great Wizard in the City of Emerald and ask him for help. So then with the kiss of the Good Witch of the North on her forehead, and the silver shoes of the killed Wicked Witch of the East on her feet, she went to see the Great Oz.

 In her journey to the City of Emerald, she met the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion in different places. They decided to go to see the Great Oz together, for the Scarecrow wanted a brain, the Tin Woodman wanted a heart, and the Cowardly Lion wanted courage to ask to the Great Wizard. Together they faced many obstacles and successfully made their way to the City of Emerald and they met the Great Oz.

 After they met the Great Oz, they were asked to kill the Wicked Witch of the West before the Great Oz gave them what they wanted. As the Great Oz wishes, they had a journey to the West and try to beat the Wicked Witch of the West. In their second journey, they found difficult times. They have been attacked by a troop of wolves, a flock of wild crows, a swarm of black bees, and a dozen of Winkies sent by the Wicked Witch. But the Tin Woodman chopped the wolves to death, the Scarecrow killed all the wild crows, the black bees dead for trying to sting the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion scared the Winkies away. Mad of being beaten, the Wicked Witch requested the Winged Monkey with the power of the Golden Cap to destroy all...
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