What is the theme in "The Ludic Eye in Silver Town"?

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Different manifestations of “vision” form the primary themes; these include actual eyesight, philosophies or visions of life, and perspective gained over time. Changing relationships between parent and child, as well as one’s place in one’s family, are also significant. The narrator is “looking back” or reflecting on his childhood through the lens of a single day-trip that he took with his father. From his current vantage point, he can see how childishly and...

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