KINDS OF CONFLICTS
KINDS OF CONFLICTS
EXTERNAL OR INTERNAL
PERSON vs PERSON
PERSON vs NATURE
PERSON vs SOCIETY
ONE CULTURE OR GROUP vs ANOTHER
PERSON vs SELF
METHODS OF CHARACTERIZATION
CHARACTER: Is a person or animal who takes part in the action of a piece. CHARACTERIZATION: Is the way of a writer reveals a character’s traits and personality. DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION: The writer tells readers directly what a character is like. INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION: The writer describes the character appearance, shows the character actions or thoughts.
FIGURES OF SPEECH
IMAGERY: Writing that uses descriptive languages to appeal de sense. SIMILY: Comparison of two things liked by the word : as, like, than or resembles. METAPHOR: Direct comparison of two things
PERSONIFICATION:Is a metaphor in which a non-human thing is described as having human qualities. SYMBOL: Is a person, place or thing that stands for something beyond itself.
During a hard period that England faced, Oliver Twist was an orphan who must survive to the tough times that his life presented to him since his childhood.
Person vs Person: Oliver fights against Fagin, who made him steal against his will. Or Mrs. Sowerberry, when she made him eat wastes of the dog. Person vs Society: Oliver fights agains society because better living conditions are not given for him despite his rights for being a child, and he doesn´t have access to excel himself. Person vs Self: Oliver fights with his frustration after failing on many of his attempts of a getting a better life. Although Oliver is fundamentally righteous, the social environment in which he is raised encourages thievery and prostitution. Oliver struggles to find his identity and rise above the abject conditions of the lower class.
Nancy is murdered for disclosing Monks’s plans to Oliver’s guardians. Mr. Brownlow gets the...
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