What are the story elements in the wizard of oz?
setting; Kansas and Oz
Characters; Dorothy, Lion, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Oz, TOTO!
Conflict; getting back to Kansas
rising action; the tornado, the munchkins and Glenda, meeting the bad witch, etc.
Climax; the wizard revealing himself
resolution; getting back to Kansas with the witch dead
Plot; Dorothy gets transported to Oz and defeats the witch, then goes home.
Theme; be cautios
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