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Who Moved My Cheese? A New York Times business bestseller by Dr. Spencer Johnson Who Moved My Cheese? was published in 1998. This is a short story that describes change in peoples lifes. There are four characters two mice, Sniff and Scurry, and two little people, Hem and Haw. They live in a maze which symbolizes somone’s environment, and they are all searching for cheese which symbolizes someone’s success and happiness. Both the mice and little people set off through the maze in search for the cheese. They both come upon a cheese-filled corridor in Cheese Station C. They both plan their day around the cheese and their daily intake of cheese was sufficient and they just didn’t eat all the cheese once they saw it. Then one day Sniff and Scurry come back to find that there is no cheese left so they went on
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Unformatted text preview: their way to find new cheese. You need to change or you are dead. Hem and Haw come back to also find no cheese. Later in the book, Sniff and Scurry come along another cheese-filled corridor in Cheese Station N. They adapted to change and went out to find new cheese but on the other hand Hem and Haw are back at Cheese Station C. They are now being affecting by not having cheese, which in returns makes them blame each other for not having cheese. Haw keeps proposing to Hem that they should go out and find more cheese. Hem is afraid of change, so he keeps rejecting Haw’s proposal. Finally, one day Haw laughs and leaves to find new cheese. In conclusion, in life you have to change as the economy and the world changes. If you don’t change then your dead in the water and you will not survive....
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