anonymous
  • anonymous
Internal conflict occurs when a force within the character is against him/her. If someone is possessed by a ghost, would it be considered external or internal conflict. I still say external because it is not the person, and it is a ghost. Help? kathi anderson
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah I agree with you, for the exact same reason.
e.mccormick
  • e.mccormick
It would be dependent on one thing: In the story, are they possessed by a ghost or do they just think they are they possessed by a ghost. If they actually are, then it is an external force. But if they are using the thought of possession as a "reason" to do thing, then it is their internal conflicts that are the true source.

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