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    treat the theme of a play

    Does it make sense ''to treat the theme of a play"?

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    Re: treat the theme of a play

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    Does it make sense ''to treat the theme of a play"?
    Does it have a meaning in the world of theater?

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    Re: treat the theme of a play

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    Does it make sense ''to treat the theme of a play"?
    If we use treat in the sense of to present or deal with a subject, it would make sense. "The playwright treated the subject of child abuse with great sensitivity."

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