What Does Theme Mean In A Story?

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A theme is an idea that the author wants the reader to consider as he reads the story.

It is generally a universal life issue. It may sometimes be amoral or a lesson.

It is not the plot of the story.

Examples of Themes: Love, escape, Ambition, the supernatural.

A theme is generally shown or explored through more than one incident or element of a story.
A story may have more than one theme.
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What theme means in  a story is to gather the important details from the story and is the moral of a story
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It means the morale or the point of the story. Mainly what you were suppose to get from the story.
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The point of the story.
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nettie answered
Just a phrase to sort of give you a peek into the story, movie etc. It could also be called a sub title...hope this helps you...
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The theme means that you like to eat pie and that is all.  Just kidding the theme means the most important details of a story!  I hope this helps you!!
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cathi answered
It's what the author wants to convey or make his or her point, uhmm   central idea of story.
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It is what story is based upon or the kinda summary  that tells what the a story is about ...hope this helps....if not den don't stay like jerks o and fnd in the dictationary..
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Theme means we shall all eat pie!! Jks it means the important part in the book like the other person said...LISTEN IN CLASS!!! LOL
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The theme of a story means to get off my jock!(:
Ha, j,kidding.
It really means.... Pay attention in class!

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