You did not provide options for your question and I could not find them online, but I will still give you an explanation that will be useful for your answer.
In this case we have the story "Home" by Gwendolyn Brooks.
We can tell that there are two themes for this story. We could say that the story can focus on a home in a literal way, or a home in a more figurative way, that is, everything that represents a home beyond something physical.
Let us remember that the theme of a text is a phrase that synthesizes or encompasses the entire text, a phrase that reflects the central idea of the writer around which the meaning of the text is organized and that gives meaning to the data or events concrete that the text presents.
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