a. to introduce the audience to important characters .
b. to inform the audience where the story takes place .
e. to lay out specific details about different plot points.
taking into account that a theme is the central topic a text treats and can be developed through a story, play, poem etc. the following are themes that can be further developed:
my best friend jeffrey has many unusual interests. (the story could be about each of the unususal interests)
once a man gives his soul over to evil, he can never go back. (this could be a saying or a proverb)
the three sheepdogs lay around the yard all day. (it could be developed detailing how each of these sheepdogs lay around)
a priest's collar has an unusual effect upon people. (it could be developed detailing the different effect upon people)
innocence is a powerful force in a world full of corruption. (it could be developed detailing how is a world full of corruption)
king lear is a play shakespeare wrote later. (it is just a sentence and doesnt give any idea or topic to be discussed in details.
evil often wears the disguise of innocence. (this could be a saying or a proverb)
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