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Elements of Story

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Douglas Coffey

on 18 September 2012

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Elements of Stories The Interlopers and the story of the Hatfield and McCoy feud. By. Douglas Coffey & Eric Turner We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies. Quote by: Martin Luther King, Jr. Conflicts over the years haven't changed too much Man v. Nature Man v. Himself Man v. Man Hatfield v. McCoy Main Characters: Setting: William Anderson Hatfield "Devil Anse" Patriarch of the Hatfield Family Randolph McCoy "Old Ranel" Patriarch of the McCoy family. Man is subject to innumerable pains and sorrows by the very condition of humanity, and yet, as if nature had not sown evils enough in life, we are continually adding grief to grief and aggravating the common calamity by our cruel treatment of one another. Joseph Addison Story Elements Exposition: Rising Action: Climax: Falling Action: Resolution: The Interlopers Setting: Characters: Ulrich Von Gradwitz Property Owner Georg Znaeym Interloper Pack of Wolves Worse Interlopers Story Elements Exposition: Rising Action: Climax Falling Action: Resolution: These conflicts follow the same theme. They're both over meaningless feuds. Unfortunately lives were cut short before they could realize it. Next time you are in an argument Think before you act. Both of these stories share the same conflict.
Families feuding over each other for their actions.
Unfortunately in both stories they reacted quickly without
Thinking and it ended in tragedy. Man v. Man
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