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One learns that without struggle and hardship without the perilous journey itself one would never have been able to discover his true self his true home Dorothys journey places her and her companions in many over the rainbow situations involving everything form Munchkins to flying monkeys She belives her quest is to get back to Kansas and Auntie Em She is yet to see the journey of self discovery that lies ahead Oh Id give anything to get out of Oz altogether -- but which is the way back to Kansas I cant go the way I came Every encounter that Dorothy Gale has on her way home helps to uncover a little piece of her hearts desire Dorothys journey just fell out of the sky It begins somewhere over the rainbow and leads to Emerald city and eventually Kansas According to the song shes somewhere over the rainbow All she knows is that its not Kansas now Im sure were not in Kansas anymore Toto The Good Witch of the North Glinda tells Dorothy she must visit the Wizard of Oz to get home he lives in Emerald city which is located at the end of the Yellow-Brick Road Follow the yellow-brick road follow the yellow-brick roadwere off to see the Wizard the wonderful Wizard of Oz Along the way Dorothy befriends a scarecrow a tinman and a lion each of them with a different void they would like the Wizard of Oz to fill These brave troopers accept the fact that the Wicked Witch of the West is after Dorothy and she will destroy anything to avange her sisters death and attain her Ruby Slippers The four pals and Toto travle under the watchful eye of the Witch Ill get you my pretty and your little dog too They are tormented with hardship after painstaking hardship from flying monkeys to sleeping spells but somehow good always pervails over
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