Man struggling to survive against so adverse conditions. In Stephan Crane's 'The Open Boat' five men struggle to survive in a life-boat amid stormy seas and deadly surf.
the six conflicts are: Man V. Man (externalizing struggle with another person) Man V. HImself (internalizing struggle with one's self) Man V. Nature (externalizing battle between what is natural and what is material) Man V. Society (externalizing struggle against a group of people) Man V. Machine (externalizng battle against artificial intelligence and technology) Man V. Fate (internalizing/externalizaing conflict with the supernatural) not man V machine there are man V: nature, god, fate, man, and himself! Hi ppls
Man vs. society
To some degree it represents man's struggle against the Great Depression.
Man versus society
Sometimes there is a struggle between traditions and modern life.
Even though the gods are the source of the conflict, the main conflict in the Iliad is man against man. The whole plot of the story was the Trojan and Greek war. In the Odyssey it's man against nature, as the victors struggle to get home.
The old Man and the Sea is not the only strugle of santiago but the struggle of gthe each human beings of the world. we face the struggle in our deaily life as the santiago face in the novel The Old Man and the Sea. Like santiago we have to fight with our destiny. with the positive courage we fight with our problem we get the solution in life.
Also known as Man vs. The Unknown is a type of literary conflict in which an idividual strives against something beyond their understanding. Examples include Harry Potter's struggle against Voldermort or Ash Williams struggles against hordes of Zombies
"One of he greatest assets any man or woman can have entering life's struggle is poverty"
major conflict · Buck's struggle against his masters and his development from a tame dog into a wild beast
man vs man is an external conflict which is when one character has some sort of struggle against another character whether physically or emotionally. man vs. himself is when the character struggles with his/ her own self, feelings, or emotions.