Stitch in Time A Window on the Universe Themes

Stitch in Time

  • The woman has a simplistic, refreshing approach to life: time to her is linear, and the past cannot be changed – there are only hints at the technology going on in the modern world around her; emphasis on nature rather than technology
  • Ironic then that her so-natural life, seemingly based on chance and decisions, is so terribly disrupted by Harold’s technological experiment
  • Very complicated and circular: if it hadn’t have happened, Thelma would have married Arthur, and Harold would never have existed to conduct the experiment and cause the accident
  • Conflict between Thelma’s intuition that life is haphazard and based on chance, and the strange sets of events (including the coincidence at the end) that seem to suggest that there is some kind of plan or order to life

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