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Sea change, seachange or The Sea Change may refer to:
- Sea change (idiom), an idiom for broad transformation drawn from a phrase in Shakespeare's The Tempest
- "The Sea Change", in Winner Take Nothing, a collection of Ernest Hemingway short stories
- Sea Change (Parker novel), by Robert B. Parker
- Sea Change (Armstrong novel), for children
- Sea Change (Powlik novel), a 1999 bio-techno-thriller
- The Sea Change, by historian H. Stuart Hughes
- Sea Change: Poems by Jorie Graham
- A sea-change, or, Love's stowaway, a lyricated farce in two acts & an epilogue by Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920 Published 1888 .
- Sea Change (album), a 2002 album by Beck
- Seachange (band), a band from Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Sea Change, a track by Turin Brakes from their 2010 album Outbursts
Film and TV
- Jesse Stone: Sea Change, the fourth film in the Jesse Stone film series
- SeaChange, an Australian drama television series
- "Sea Change" (Transformers episode)
- Seachange (demography), human migration from cities in favour of rural coastal communities
- Seachange (horse) (born 2002), New Zealand thoroughbred racehorse
- SeaChange International, a video services software company, headquartered in Acton, Massachusetts.
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