Reading for theme or motif

IB English A Literature: Reading for theme or motif

In the end, of course, we typically find ourselves reading literary works in order to explore what they seem to "say" to us about particular subjects or issues. And when certain ideas seem to carry particular resonance or weight, or when they make their presence felt quite extensively throughout the work being studied, we refer to them as a theme. There are important things to remember when talking and writing about...


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