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Unformatted text preview: ways and the new in Zhao as opposed to Henry whose entire life completely is dependent on the machines that he takes for granted. Zhao stops taking everything the elders say with a grain of salt and starts believing that. Especially in the last scene of the play Zhaos change is very present. He is no longer the man that Henry found out in the desert. He has taken on an almost spiritual quality to his character. He explains the crossing over into the fourth world almost like a possessed man. Only at the end of the play does Henry realize how wise Zhao really is. With the coming of the apocalypse Henry finally realizes what Zhao is really talking about. In conclusion Zhao best exemplifies the theme of change throughout Eric Cobles Natural Selection....
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- Spring '08