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Changing Self

Summary: How composers of text represent change. Includes the poems "In the park", "Father and child" and "prize giving" by Gwen Harwood. Also includes analysis on the movie "My fair Lady" - directed by George Cukor, the stimulis text 5 - fractals from the board of studies HSC booklet and the narrative of "Adam and Eve" from the book of Genesis.
"Nothing endures but change" as Heraclitus once said. It seems to be the only thing that is constant in our lives and is invariably difficult to deal with. Gwen Harwood's poems reflect her ideas concerning change that often leads to greater perception on the part of an individual, which in turn leads an improved management of change. Three such poems are "In the park", "Father and Child" and "Prize giving". Notions of change are also evident in the Biblical reference of Adam and the fall, and the Film "My fair lady" directed by George Cukor. Change is also represented through text five of the stimulus booklet, which is a print screen visual from an interactive encyclopaedia program defining Fractals. These composers of text represent change by showing its effects on people through the passing of time and pivotal events, which occur in our lives.

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