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The Representation of Change in Literature

Summary: The consequences of change are themes that have been shaped by the literary techniques in "The Door" by Miroslav Holub, "One Man's War" by Stan Arneil, and William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing."
No matter how significant or insignificant, detrimental or beneficial, change is an inevitable, essential aspect of life which should not be avoided. Change should be welcomed into our lives, while its consequences need to be acknowledged as either a result of personal choice, or else an unavoidable corollary.

The ambiguity often faced as a consequent of change can result in emotions of angst, yet this should not provide reason to avoid change and live a stagnant existence of trepidation.

This concept is notably emphasised throughout the poem "The Door" by Miroslav Holub. The `door' is a metaphor for change and opportunity, while opening it is an allegory for embracing change and exploiting life's opportunities.

By repeating the imperative statement "Go and open the door" at the beginning of each stanza, the persona is encouraging the audience to actively embrace change in their lives.

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