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Conflict in Refugee Quinn Tortorelli
Updated: 10/14/2019
Conflict in Refugee Quinn Tortorelli
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  • Character vs. Character
  • Character vs. Self
  • Character vs. Nature
  • Senor Castillo does not think it is a good idea to throw the engin into the water. Amara does not agree. "What have you done?' Senor Castillo cries. "Now we'll never make it to shore!" "We weren't going to make it if we sanl!", Amara told him." Pg: 245
  • Character vs. Society
  • Mahmoud and his family were just held at gunpoint. Mahmoud finally broke down. He had been fighting his own emotions. "Mahmoud's quivering legs gave out, and he sank to the ground. Tears streamed down his face, as though they'd been held back by a dam and now the floodgates had been opened. " Pg: 249
  • nature keeps working against them. The boat has finally really broken! "Something bent and broke under Papi's foot, and the boat lurched. Water streamed in from a new crack in the hull, and suddenly all feelings of relief ended. The boat was sinking." Pg: 243
  • The US will not let the St. Louis come to the docks. They didn't want the refugees. "Why couldn't the they just pull in to Miami and dock there? Why wouldn't the United States just let them in?" Pg: 236
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