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I believe this is your definition:
Topics of literature are subdivisions of a theme, in which the specificity of the subject becomes clear and expectations established. All content of the work cycles around the subject matter, preserving attention and consistency of the discourse. To differentiate theme from topic, themes may not be understood initially, therefore it is essential that the topic is in order to draw attention from the reader
Hi, I can see that you are a new member here at OpenStudy so, I would first like to say Welcome to OpenStudy, I would like to point you to the chat pods these chat pods are where you can make new friends and talk to new people just like you,
I would also like to emphasize our "NON-CHEATING POLICY" we ask here at OpenStudy that you do NOT post exam/Test questions if you are caught doing this we will notify your current school
I would also like to ask you to check out the OpenStudy "Code of Conduct" http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct Please read this carefully and thoroughly. If you need any help feel free to message me or any other ambassador.
Welcome to the OpenStudy Community!