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The Door, a Literary Analysis

Summary: Provides a literary analysis of the E.B. White short story, The Door. Describes the theme of change. Provides supporting evidence from the text.
The door, by E.B. White, is a short story. This short story takes an in depth look at life in general. It teaches us, as humans, that we should have options to our arsenal to use at a seconds notice because we never know what might happen due to the fact that things change so quickly. There are many examples, to this opinion of mine, which I can present to strengthen my case.

One major example is that White used rats to send us the message. The rats became dependent on one door for their needs and when the door was changed and taken away, they were thrown into a huge, horrifying frenzy. The rats would jump at random doors to try to get their food and then they would receive a big lump on their head for their effort. White takes this illustration to show that...

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