One-Eyed Cat Themes

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Ned Wallis is incredibly close to his parents. However, there are still some things he does not share with either James or Martha. Ned's family is traditional in many ways. The Wallis home is relatively stable and Ned and his parents are able to discuss things which happen in their lives. What is interesting about the Wallis family is that each of them undergoes personal changes which, in the end, prove to strengthen the family's foundation.

Ned's friend Mr. Scully is quite elderly and has a different view of life and the world. Mr. Scully's daughter Doris is not close to her father. This is made evident when Ned notices that Doris sends her father the same postcard for three months in a row. Sending her father the same postcard time and time again is an indication of Doris' lack of concern for her father. Doris seems not...

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