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A theme (theem) is defined as a common thread or repeated idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor.


Whoso list to hunt by sir thomas wyatt

“Whoso List to Hunt” idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor. by Sir Thomas Wyatt

Love is described in terms of a “hunt” showing the thrill of the chase and pursuit of a lover.


Sonnet 30 by sir edmund spenser

Sonnet 30 idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor. by Sir Edmund Spenser

Love is a potent puzzle that we never solve. His love is “the fire” and her rejection is “the ice.”


Sonnet 75 by sir edmund spenser

Sonnet 75 idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor. by Sir Edmund Spenser

A promise to make her name and their love live forever through his verse.


To the virgin to make much of time by robert herrick

“To the Virgin to Make Much of Time” by Robert Herrick idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor.

Time flies and youth fades. Young women should marry quickly before they lose the chance.


To his coy mistress by andrew marvell

“To His Coy Mistress” idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor. by Andrew Marvell

To avoid being at the mercy of time, he and his lover must outrun time.


Song by john donne

“Song” by John Donne idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor.

A woman who is faithful and fair does not exist.


Valediction forbidding mourning by john donne

“”Valediction: Forbidding Mourning by John Donne idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor.

Poem of farewell from a husband to his wife. The husband forbids his wife to mourn, but to see his leaving as a journey he must take.


Death be not proud by john donne

“Death Be Not Proud” idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor. by John Donne

Death is merely an episode in the progress of the soul, the moment of its delivery from the confines of the body to eternal life.


On my first son by ben jonson

“On My First Son” by Ben Jonson idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor.

Farewell to his dead son of 7 years. He regrets having forgotten that his child was merely loaned to him by God, yet he was his “best piece of poetry.”


Song to celia by ben jonson

“Song to Celia” by Ben Jonson idea that is incorporated throughout a literary work. A theme is a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic. Generally, a theme has to be extracted as the reader explores the passages of a work. The author utilizes the characters, plot, and other literary devices to assist the reader in this endeavor.

He is toasting Celia and telling her how much he loves her.


Why so pale and wan fond lover song by sir john suckling

“Why So Pale and Wan Fond Lover? (Song)” by Sir John Suckling

The speaker counsels a man who is pining for the love of a woman who is indifferent to him.


To lucasta by richard lovelace

“To Lucasta” by Richard Lovelace Suckling

A man declares his love of his country and explains to his beloved why he must leave her and go to war.


To althea from prison by richard lovelace

“To Althea, from Prison” by Richard Lovelace Suckling

Stone walls do not a prison make. Although confined in prison, he is spiritually and imaginatively free.


Sonnet 17 by pablo neruda

“Sonnet 17” by Pablo Neruda Suckling

Romantic love through a speaker who does not love as if the beloved were an object. Instead, he loves in a way that is more deep, mysterious, and profound


Sonnet 79 by pablo neruda

“Sonnet 79” by Pablo Neruda Suckling

He asks his love to “tie her heart to his.” A love is shown that answers questions and unlocks doors.


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