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anonymous

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What is the difference between theme and universal theme?

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  1. anonymous
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    1.Theme refers to the central insight revealed through an American story, while universal theme refers to a theme revealed through a story of foreign origin. 2.Theme refers to a central message that applies to anyone, anywhere, while universal theme is particular to a certain individual, historical context, or culture. 3.Theme refers to the central insight revealed through a story, while universal theme refers to a theme that applies to anyone, anywhere. 4.Theme and universal theme are two terms that have the same definition.

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    Theme refers to the central insight revealed through a story, while universal theme refers to a theme that applies to anyone, anywhere.

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