These are two different things again. The theme refers to something that can be done in a common manner. For example, the theme of a certain page is rustic. It will have different accents and features that will coincide with the whole theme. Moral means that one is aware of the difference between bad and good.
They know what things they can do and what things they cannot do. There are times when moral and theme are used in literature. It is through the theme of the story that people can pick up a moral lesson that they may remember for a long time especially if the story that they read touched their lives.
Mike John, Content Explorer, MCA, Los Angeles, California, USA
Answered on May 21, 2019
A theme is a concept, a basic idea, or the topic of a novel, story or a text. It can be considered as the subject of a talk, a central idea of a piece of writing or fictional work. Moral is said to be a lesson gained from a particular novel or a story. Theme and moral intersects in their definitions and concepts with just minor differences. Theme is the basic idea of a text that is implied by the author while the moral is the lesson derived or gained from the particular text.
There might be several themes in a story, novel or text but moral, most times are usually (or restricted to) one in a given story or work of art. Theme begins a text, novel or a story, while moral is mostly stated at the end of the story. The plot of a writing is usually directed or built by the writer with the theme while a moral is specifically what the audience derives from being exposed to or exhausting the completed work.