Follow your yellow brick road – The Wizard of Oz

“You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas”, says Glinda in the last few scenes of the “Wizard of Oz”. The Wizard of Oz, is a 1939, Technicolor movie based on the 1900 novel by Frank L Baum. A beautiful but lengthy tale of a young girl and her dog, Toto who have a gruelling yet enlightening journey in a strange land full of witches, flying monkeys and magical shoes.

Dorothy, the protagonist, had been whisked far away from her home. Her home had been blown away in a prairie storm, and landed in a strange land. While landing her house, had killed the wicked witch of the East. The Munchkins who had thus been freed from the reign of the witch were grateful to Dorothy and gifted her the witch’s magical ruby shoes. Dorothy wanted to find her way back home to Kansas and was told to follow the yellow brick road to find the Great Wizard of Oz who would help her go back home.

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