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The Theme of Change in Literature

Summary: Change is a natural theme in most literature. Types of change are compared in these works: The novel "When You Wake and Find Me Gone" by Maureen McCarthy, the poem "Prizegiving" by Gwen Harwood, and in the movie "Looking for Alibrandi."
Explain your understanding of the concept of change. How has this been developed through the text you have studied this year.

I undoubtedly agree the with the complicated process of change comes joy and grief, weather planned or unexpected, and weather it takes physical, emotional or spiritual form, the change we go through as human beings is most certainly inevitable. The concept of change is that of a very complex and universal nature. Change can be within an individual or amongst a group. It can have a dramatic effect on peoples lives or it can be quite insignificant. From a cosmic level to a molecular level, human beings are exposed to change. Change is to live, acknowledge, accept and embrace and has a vicarious nature. Change is often inter-related and multifaceted. We see this inevitable characteristic of life in the novel When you wake and find me gone...

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