The Forgotten

What is the theme in The Forgotten by Elie Wiesel?

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One major theme in the novel, The Forgotten, is denial. After her brother's kidnapping, London's desire to erase the entire episode from her mind and deny it ever happened leads to the loss of her father, and the arrest of Mr. Rice.

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