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What Is the Theme to Federigo's Falcon?

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It's never a bad idea to examine the meaning of this question. Why do we read literature in the first place? I'd argue that doing it to make sure we can all agree on what the theme is, despite what a teacher may say, is perhaps a little low on the list. And anyway, if you want to impress your teacher, you could always declare yourself a postmodernist and say the theme is whatever you decide it to be! That said, I'm sure there's a good answer.
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