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Conflict is a problem faced by the characters in a story. Theme is the message conveyed to the reader about life in general.
The conflict of each story is usually found at the middle of the story. It is wherein problem arises. The story will end after the conflict is resolved.
the conflict, issues and problem faced by the characters are suffering from a continuous poverty and thier family can sustain thier needs and the story shows the government has greater power.
Conflict in a story helps the characters to grow. The more conflict, the more the characters can change to overcome that conflict.
internal conflict and external conflict
A major character is the focus of the story. Major characters are different at the end of the story than they were at the beginning of a story. The same is not so true of supporting characters.
What story? No one has any idea what you're talking about or who these characters are without this context.
The main problem in a literary work is known as the conflict. The classic story arch depends on the conflict, which characters work to solve until it comes to a head in the climax and is usually resolved at the end of the story.
Characters are the people in your story - whether they're human people or not. Conflict is anything that hinders your characters from attaining their goals. Plot is just what happens in the story. Without a good conflict, your characters have nothing to do, and there's not a good plot for your story.
A story begins with exposition, where you are introduced to the characters and setting and conflict.
Ask yourself 'have I resolved the conflicts, or at least, the major conflict of the story?'. When you do resolved the major conflict then you have a adequately ended story.
the conflict in milkweed is external because my characters in the story are experiencing it.