What is a Theme?
A main idea or an underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated directly or indirectly.
What is the Function of a Theme?
Theme is an element of a story that binds together various other essential elements of a narrative.
It is a truth that exhibits universality and stands true for people of all cultures.
Theme gives readers better understanding of the main character’s conflicts, experiences, discoveries, and emotions as they are derived from them.
Through themes, a writer tries to give his reader an insight into how the world works or how he or she views human life.