Noun(1) a melodic phrase that accompanies the reappearance of a person or situation (as in Wagner's operas
(1) The book of Jonah is a leitmotif in this novel for illustrating this idea.(2) As a result, his body and its ailments become the leitmotif of the novel.(3) The key leitmotiv throughout Richard Hooker's writings is the concept of order.(4) The work abounds in leitmotivs , the most important of which are those relating to Holmes and Watson.(5) The constant struggle to make a living in the arts in New Zealand runs like a leitmotiv throughout the book.
(1) leitmotif :: ライトモチーフ
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