Person vs person:
In the book "A Christmas Carol", a greedy man named Ebenezer Scrooge is visited in his office by his nephew. In this person vs person conflict, Scrooge's nephew asks Scrooge to join him for Christmas dinner. Scrooge, being a grumpy man who doesn't celebrate Christmas, refused his nephew's offer and argued that Christmas was pointless.
Person vs super natural:
Another conflict in the story was a person vs super natural conflict. When Scrooge returned to his home he was visited by the ghost of his dead business partner, Jacob Marley. The ghost was wrapped in chains and wore a bandage around his head. Jacob Marley told Srooge that he was doomed to wander the earth with heavy chains because he was greedy and unkind to the people around him. Jacob Marley also tells Scrooge that he will also have to carry heavy chains in his after life if Scrooge doesn't change his attitude towards other people.
Person vs self:
One of the last conflicts in the story is a person vs self conflict. After the visit from Jacob Marley, Scrooge was visited by three other ghosts. The last ghost that visited Scrooge took him to a grave yard where he saw the grave of a boy named Tiny Tim. Tiny Tim was the son of Scrooge's worker, Bob Cratchet who he paid very little. When Scrooge saw Timy Tim's grave he finally changed inside. He promised to be a caring, happy man and to always celebrate Christmas for as long as he lived.
Bah humbug Christmas is pointless and stupid.
Person vs person
But uncle, Christmas is a time of giving and joy!
Who are you?
Person vs super natural
I am Jacob Marley!
I need a second chance. I will change!
Person vs self
oh no my son!
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