The Time Keeper Themes

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More Time

This novel is about time. People look at time in many different ways. Many people feel there is not enough time for many reasons. Victor feels that he does not have enough time to live the life he wants to live. Dor feels that he needs more time with his wife, Alli, as she lies dying. Lorraine feels that there had never been enough time to spend the quality moments with her daughter that she wanted.

As Dor sits in his cave, he listens to people asking for more time. Time to work more, time to spend with their families, time to do all the things that they want to do. It is frustrating for Dor, who once was obsessed with time and spent many precious hours trying to measure time. Dor must learn the lesson that each moment is precious and people must pay attention to...

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