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Maturing and Decision Making: A Comparative Study

Summary: Analyzes the theme of maturity and decision making as depicted in a number of texts including Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible and the poem "Beach Burial" by Kenneth Slessor. Discusses how change often is thrust upon us and can affect the decision making process. Describes how past events affect future experiences.
The term changing perspective is ever-present in our society. From the guy down the street who decided he did want to put in that pool after all, to the girl who finally reconciled with her brother after realising things weren't so bad after all.

However, change is not always something that is our decision. In many cases, change is something forced upon us that can take us by surprise and turn our world upside down, and will constantly happen throughout our lives. All we can do is hope that one day; we will look back on these experiences, and smile.

Take "The Crucible" for example. Written by Arthur Miller in 19, it's set when there were increasing suspicions about the practice of witchcraft in their society. Some people, such as Abigail in The Crucible, had the power to throw an entire town into chaos...

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