peterg2001
  • peterg2001
Using your knowledge of conflict and "The Monkey's Paw," answer the following question with the best answer possible. Which conflict is not present in the story? character vs. nature character vs. character character vs. society character vs. self
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  • katieb
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peterg2001
  • peterg2001
@Poliantha @kentucky
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've never actually read this story. In your previous question, D was present. So which conflict was NOT present depends on the story. Character vs. nature is, for example, someone stuck in a storm or something similar. Character vs. society is a character vs society's norms, or what is seen as correct in society. Character vs. character is one character vs. another. Character vs. self is obviously a character dealing with an internal conflict, such as guilt or fear.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry if I didn't help much, I'm not the best at explaining things.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i meant it's not character vs self
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've never read it either
peterg2001
  • peterg2001
@EclipsedStar @timo86m

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