I have analyzed the Wizard of Oz extensively for its portrayal of virtue, the need for it, Dorothy’s acquisition of it and the great attraction to this film because of it.
I am very happy to get this. Bookmarked.
Book much more interesting than the film, if you are pursuing analysis. By the way, the author, Baum, was a theosophist - a bogus 19th century “religion” created by drug users and homosexuals - Blavatsky et al. All of the Baum books in the Oz series (12) present theosophical doctrine within the stories - I love the books - grew up on them - but they’re the opposite of what I’d choose to apply to papal history.