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Theme in Literature

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  • 1.  Message Lesson
  • 2. THEME {lesson learned}  DIRECTLY STATED  Obviously stated or given to the reader in the novel  INDIRECTLY STATED  Must figure out theme by analyzing what the novel reveals about life or the people
  • 3. Themes • Not all stories have themes. Sometimes the author’s purpose is just to get an emotional response from a reader.
  • 4. How Do You Find Theme in a Story? • To find the theme of a story ask yourselves some questions : main character of the story changed? What was the main conflict or problem in • Has the • the book? How was it resolved? title have significant meaning? • Does the
  • 5. COMMON THEMES Friendship Good vs. Evil Struggles Courage Determination Perseverance Acceptance Loyalty Freedom Love Hope Man vs. Nature Prejudice Suffering Death Responsibility
  • 6. Seedfolks Bridge to Terabithia, Crispin, Red Fern Theme