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Literary Conflict

Discovering the four types of conflict in literature.
by

Sasha Reinhardt

on 24 September 2011

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Transcript of Literary Conflict

Literary Conflict
Character
Self
Character
Society
Nature
Character Vs. Self
Internal Conflict
Deciding if something is right or wrong
Who you are Vs. Who you want to be
EXTERNAL CONFLICT
Any conflict between the character and something outside of themselves (outside forces).
There are three main types of EXTERNAL CONFLICT:
Character VS. Character
One character has a problem with another character.
Conflict can be LARGE or small.
Character VS. Society
The character thinks differently from most of the people around them.
Here, society can be as small as a family's personal values, or as large as an entire country's laws or norms.
Character VS. Nature
A conflict between the character and forces of nature.
This is also sometimes called 'Character VS. Fate.'
There is conflict with something beyond the character's control.
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