Conflict on Maple Street

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Man vs Society, Man vs Self, Man vs. Man

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  • Conflict in "Monsters are Due on Maple Street"
  • Man vs. Self: The people on Maple argue with their selves what their own next move is. Because of paranoia inside himself, Charlie shoots Pete. His mind took over himself and thought Pete was a monster.
  • Man vs Society: Whenever Les's car magically starts everyone calls him the monster. He is the only one out of the rest of the society that doesn't blame anyone. He also tries to come up with a logical answer for the situation.
  • Man vs. Man: Throughout the story, citizens of the street begin to turn on each other. An example of this is when Charlie turns on Johnny and calls him the monster. Man vs. Man: Throughout the story, citizens of the street begin to turn on each other. An example of this is when Charlie turns on Johnny and calls him the monster.
  • Man vs. Man: Throughout the story, citizens of the street begin to turn on each other. An example of this is when Charlie turns on Johnny and calls him the monster.
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