'The Origin of Species' by Charles Darwin.

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Change Change is an evolutionary process, whether it be gradual or instant, it is progressionary nevertheless. Without the process of change, nothing can move forward, nothing can advance. This aspect of change is presented in a number of texts, including The Poetry of Gwen Harwood, 'The Origin of Species' by Charles Darwin, the feature film 'Memento' directed by Christopher Noland, and 'The Door' by Miroslav Holub. Each of these texts present differing types of changes, …

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…speaker considers change to be a positive process; he wants the listener to make something of his/her life, to make a change, to progress. And, to progress, the door must be opened; a change must be made. In conclusion, through the analysis of various texts presented in a variety of textual forms and technologies, it can be determined that progress or evolution cannot occur without the process of change, be it individually, or collectively.