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James Hall and His Writing on Change

Summary: Consists of a discussion on James Hall and his writings on the aspect of change.
Looking at James Hall's writings we learn that he is comedic with a very underlying theme of change. His poems all seem to circle around a very familiar thing that we are all familiar with. Change whether it is new or old or just realizing we have changed, is all the same. In his works "Maybe Dats Your Pwoblem Too," "White Trash," and "Preposterous" there are different kinds of change that are discussed.

In "Maybe Dats Your Pwoblem Too" we see a person speaking as if he were Spiderman. The narrator talks about how he would like to have change in his life, but its hard to just stop being Spiderman. He says he tries to burn his suit and it would not burn. He goes on to say, "Maybe dat's da whole pwoblem wif evwytin Nobody can buin der suits dey all...

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