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Copy of Types of Conflict
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(internal conflict) Character v Character
(external conflict) Character v Nature
(external conflict) Character v Fate
(external conflict) The character faces some kind of conflict within himself (mind, heart, emotions). The main character has a conflict with another character: human or nonhuman The character is in conflict with the forces of nature,
which serve as the antagonist is a conflict between what is to be and what the character want his or her life to be. Appealing plots contain engaging conflicts. It is rare to find a story without one. Conflict is the "problem" of the story. Character v Society The character has a conflict with a large group:
community, society, culture, etc. There are Two Main Types of Conflict
External and Internal