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How is a motif different from a theme? A motif is a recurring element in a story, but it is not necessarily the main message. While the motif concerns the main message of a story, the theme is a reoccurring element. Motif and theme are two terms that have the same definition. Moral stories have motifs, while entertaining stories have themes. 1+1

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Kristi Hammond on February 6, 2019

A.) A motif is a recurring element in a story, but it is not necessarily the main message.


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