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Change in "The Chrysalids"

Summary: Provides a description of change in John Whydam's "The Chrysalids."
Change is a concept which, for many different people, means many different things. Often change is treated with fear or misgiving. Many other people simply choose to ignore the obvious presence of change and go about their lives as if completely oblivious to their ever-changing environment. Although change has taken a negative connotation in the eyes of the world, there are still the bright-eyed few who welcome it, and look foreword to its coming. Whatever view one might take, one must recognize one solid, concrete fact- change is inevitable. "Nothing endures but change." (Heraclitus) This aspect of reality has been shown through millennia of trials and tribulations, some of which were small and insignificant, others which were extraordinary. If change is not recognized then mankind is doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past.

There are many who believe that the traditional ways are best, that...

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