Tinman wanted a heart, Scarecrow wanted a brain, and the Cowardly Lion wanted courage.
Personal Symbolism - The cowardly lion represents the inner child or self. The wonderful characters of the Wizard of Oz: Scarecrow, Tin Woodcutter, Dorothy, Magician, Toto, Cowardly Lion. MAGICIAN OF OZ: Political Symbolism - The magician represents political leaders, especially some of the late 19th century American presidents.
In The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy Gale befriends Tin Woodman after she finds him rusty in the rain in the forest and uses her jar of oil to free him. She accompanies her to Emerald City to receive a heart from The Wizard. You join the adventure of the scarecrow and the cowardly lion.
The scarecrow wanted a brain, Tin Woodcutter wanted a heart, and the cowardly lion wanted courage.
According to some theories, the poppy scene would be a shrewd reference to the use of opium to make people fall asleep. The one who would have taken the impulse to do something else. The evil witch had planned to surprise Dorothy asleep in the poppy fields before she reached the Emerald City.
Munchkins: Munchkins are small, dark people who talk funny and only dress in blue. They represent Jewish, Italian and black immigrants. Winkies: The Winkies live in the land of the west and are slaves of the Wicked Witch of the West.
Some promoted people believe The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was an allegory about society in the United States around 1890. Scarecrow = Farmers. Tin workers in the steel industry. Cowardly Lion = William Jennings Bryan. Zyklon = rapid cultural (political) change.
And it turns out that The Wizard of Oz is filled with hidden political symbolism that at times seems barely hidden. But no one noticed the obvious parallels to American politics in the 1890s until a historian named Henry Littlefield published an analysis of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1964.
The book The Wizard of Oz, written by L. Frank Baum and originally published in 1900, may have been inspired by real economic struggles below the gold standard. Many economists and historians argue that the book is a political allegory. The yellow stone road is the gold standard.
The dominant theme of The Wizard of Oz is self-sufficiency. The scarecrow, the tin lumberjack, and the fig lion all seek external magic to bestow on them properties they already possess but fail to recognize.
The moral of the Wizard of Oz actually derives from any personal experience. The moral is to grant your heart’s desire. But be prepared for the obstacles. It also helps to have good and trusted friends who will support your mission.
Iron Man could have learned a thing or two because scarecrows have hearts. This is why Dorothy has mostly failed in thick and thin and split, but hell is there for her and others from start to finish.
The only thing he is afraid of is the blazing flame of the blazing fire! Although he claims he has no mind, the Scarecrow asks Dorothy to return to Kansas, since Oz is much more colorful and pleasant than Kansas, which is dull and colorless.
Brrr, better known as the Cowardly Lion, created by L. Frank Baum which was originally The Books of Oz. He is known for traveling with Dorothy Gale along with the others, Tin Woodman and Scarecrow. He has an unusual fear of an animal his size and wants the wizard’s courage.
The cowardly lion joins her in pleading with the wizard for courage, ashamed that he is not brave enough to fulfill his cultural role as king of the beasts. The magician hands him a plate with an unknown liquid and tells him that he has the courage to drink.
One of the most famous Wizard of Oz jokes is to click your heels three times and say that there is no place like home and that you will be there.
Meet the Mentor: - Glinda, the good witch of the Norse witch, serves as the main mentor in Dorothy’s adventure. Glinda tells Dorothy that she is a heroine because she killed the evil witch of the east with her house and only the Wizard of Oz can show Dorothy how to get home.
In the musical Wicked, Fiyero becomes a scarecrow after Elphaba chants a spell during the song No Good Deed to save his life. He can first be seen during the song’s finals when he opens a trap door to free Elphaba. The couple leave Oz to start a new life as both are believed to be dead.