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The Wizard of Oz is a tale about the negotiation of gender, race and identity in popular culture.
Spirited Away is about a child’s transition from childhood to adulthood. Spirited Away is a film about a Japanese girl who moves to a new city with her parents. In this film, the young girl goes through stages of transition, which are accompanied by rites of passage. In her adventure through her new world, Chihiro becomes lost in a fantastical world. She meets odd creatures, which alternately hinder and help in her adventure. The film has numerous Shrine Shinto and folk perspectives, which are embedded in the Japanese cultural vocabulary of the film. The film is a representation of the Japanese culture. It has numerous instances that portray the Japanese Shrine Shinto and folk perspectives, which are embedded in its cultural vocabulary (Clews and Michael 187).
Spirited Away centers on Chihiro and her journey through the world of spirits. During her journey, Chihiro becomes separated from her previous world. Her experiences in this world are comparable to the experiences of Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz because they represent a rite of passage to adulthood. The archetypical entrance of Chihiro into the spiritual world demarcated her status as an individual who is between childhood and adult hood. In addition to the rite of passage, Spirited Away also provides critical commentary of the Japanese society, in a similar fashion to the Wizard of Oz (Clews and Michael 188). The film focuses on critical cultural perspectives such as the dissolution of traditional cultures, generational conflicts and customs present in a globalized society.
Like in Spirited Away, Dorothy, in the Wizard of Oz, lives in a fantastical world. She lives in the world of Oz, which is inhabited by witches. The world of Oz is facing a major conflict between the wicked witches and good withes. Unlike Chihiro, Dorothy is treated like a heroine because her
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The purpose of this study is to present possible past strategic business objectives of Oz Clothing and to provide recommended strategic business objectives; to discuss the likely effects on the stakeholders of the recommended strategy; to evaluate the impact on the Human Resources of Oz Clothing and remedies recommended
The research recommends for Oz clothing a new set of business objectives which are in close adherence to the policies of industrial relation and considers the impact of the objectives on the stakeholders. An assumption is also held regarding the operation of the organization in the past and how the previous strategies of the organization might have an effect on the policies and practice of Industrial relations.
In this brief paper, the mise-en-scene utilized by Fleming – especially as captured through the work of Art Directors Cedric Gibbons and William Horning – will be discussed in order to show how the suggestions of this juxtaposition played out on screen.
Le Guin wrote the book. The book, A Wizard Of Earthsea is a complete fantasy package that was published in the year 2004. The story revolves around a wizard who is young and vibrant and brings forth the adventures that are carried out by him. Central and main character of the book is Ged who is a great wizard around the archipelago of earthsea.
It should be noted that it emerged the best in the 53rd Grammy Awards under the category of the Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. Like most songs, this song has a meaning; from its title and the entire lyrics, it focuses on certain key ideas. This paper will do an analysis of this song and explain its meaning.
Dorothy’s journey from her dreary place to an unfamiliar, yet magical place drew readers, young and old. Living in the vast prairie where no trees nor neighbors can be seen, except for the gray land that his Uncle Henry farms to support their daily needs and waking up to the colorful and majestic city of Oz, where all she could see were vibrant and lively creatures around her, Baum succeeds in illustrating the substantial difference between the two worlds, as well as the characters and features of two exactly opposite worlds.
In this place, there is a bathhouse, a place where all the spirit gods come to rest and relax. It is on this place that Chihiro’s parents end up, and unfortunately, they turn into pigs. She must find a way of rescuing her parents lest they also turn into spirits.
Did you know that the Wicked Witch f the West was actually named Elphaba, and that she could sing like a nightingale Or that her sister, the owner f the red shoes , was named Nessarose and was born without arms Did you know that Glinda the Good Witch (born Galinda) was, when she was young, a spoilt brat who cared for little other than her beauty and being in the "right" social group The whole story unravels in between the covers f Wicked.
To get back, she needs the assistance of the mysterious Wizard of Oz and is assisted enrouté to his Emerald City by The Scarecrow who wants brains, the Tin Man who wants a heart and the Lion who wants courage. These three misfits expect the Wizard to help them. The first