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Walsh-Conflict POV

Conflict Examples

A woman struggles with whether to steal so she can eat or not steal and go hungry. Man v Self
Two brothers battle the Alaskan wilderness to find their way home. Man v Nature
Steven must take down the king in order to save his sister. Man v Man
Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat for a white passenger, therefore standing up against racial segregation. Man v Society
The values and customs by which everyone else lives are being challenged by the character. Man v Society
Conflict that pits a person against another character (human or non-human). Man v Man
This internal conflict says that sometimes people are their own worst enemies. Man v Self
Ponyboy struggles with whether he can stay golden as a greaser. Man v Self
The greasers are looked down upon because of their social class and face struggles because of how they are classified. Man v Society
A man travels around the world on boat and must battle the sea to make it home safely. Man v Nature
Johnny must kill Bob to save Ponyboy. Man v Man
A mother has to decide which child to save from the Nazis and which child to sacrifice to the Nazis. Man v Self
In this point of view the narrator is a character in the story and pronouns are used such as I, me, we when telling the story. First Person
The narrator is not a character in the story and cannot see into the minds of any of the characters. Third Person Objective
The narrator is not a character in the story and can see into one character's mind, but nobody else's mind. Third Person Limited
The narrator is not a character in the story but is all-knowing, seeing into the minds of multiple characters. Third Person Omniscient
The greasers go up against the socs in The Outsiders. Man v Man
A character stands up against the government's rule that all citizens who are female cannot work. Man v Society
An earthquake traps a character underground. They must fight to stay alive. Man v Nature
A character struggles with his parent's divorce by acting out and becoming angry. He must find a way to accept the circumstance. Man v Self
A dark elf must fight a wizard to save the townspeople. Man v Man
A dark elf must show the human world that he is not evil and dishonest like the rest of dark elves. Man v Society
This point of view uses the pronouns "I", "Me", "We" and "Us". These pronouns are found outside of dialogue. First Person
This point of view uses the pronouns "She", "He", "They", and "Them". Third Person
This point view includes the pronouns "You", and "Your" Second Person
Created by: jowalsh