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How is a motif different from a theme? A. A motif is a recurring element in a story, but it is not necessarily the main message. B. While the motif concerns the main message of a story, the theme is a reoccurring element. C. Motif and theme are two terms that have the same definition. D. Moral stories have motifs, while entertaining stories have themes.

Roger Moore

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Caroline Campbell on July 25, 2018

AA motif is not the theme, if you can relate to it, it is not the main concept. For example, the composer Richard Wagner used musical leitmotifs (small passages of the music) in many of his works, have occurred from time to time and with respect to a person, action or place. While the topic of the sample throughout the piece.

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