Sasa Essay

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The theme of a book is very important as to understanding what a novel is about as well as
teaching a lesson in life. Authors sometimes write books with no theme in mind, but as
the words flow from their pen, themes will emerge unknowingly. The themes are vital as to
understanding what is happening within the story, and finding out the meaning. When the
British publisher of "Le Divorce" omitted a chapter, some people became upset because he
was taking a part of the theme out. The chapter was over a dispute about the Vietnam War
because the publisher thought that the British wouldn't like it. Every novel sports many
themes, but they may seem to be in the least significant places. Some authors, when
writing their novels stick to the same themes as in their other novels. The lessons we
learn from novels will help us as we grow, to help understand our lives better, and to
help others who have not learned yet.





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