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Theme Literary Analysis. 1. Choose a theme: Love enhances the meaning to life. War causes pain. Imperfection must exist. Family makes you whole. Choices create individuals. Change requires courage. 2. Thesis statement (fill in the blanks):

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theme literary analysis
Theme Literary Analysis

1. Choose a theme:

  • Love enhances the meaning to life.
  • War causes pain.
  • Imperfection must exist.
  • Family makes you whole.
  • Choices create individuals.
  • Change requires courage.

2. Thesis statement (fill in the blanks):

In The Giver, Lois Lowry reveals that ________________(theme from above )________________through _________________________, ___________________________, and ________________________________.

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3. Add support:

In The Giver, Lois Lowry reveals that __________(theme)____________ through ______(1)_______, _____(2)______, AND _____(3)______.

Evidence from the text to use as support:

  • author description
  • event
  • characters’ actions
  • dialogue (words spoken by characters)