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theme,

n a common trait among different diseases or different homeopathic remedies that connects them. See also essence.
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Add Arnold Aronson's authoritative account of the recent Prague Quadrennial of theatre design; Affiliated Writer Wendy Weisman's lively profile of Minneapolis director Casey Stangl; and an ongoing debate in several parts of the issue about artists' response to the Arab-Israeli conflict--and the tally is an issue as timely and readable as it is ostensibly themeless.
Republicans have been given only a vague mandate to rule as a result of a largely themeless election with low voter turnout (39 percent, nationally).
If Rosenblatt considers the book pointless or themeless is because American Psycho is not a book that follows the conventions of the serial killer narrative.