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This conflict is Man vs. Nature. It is Man vs. Nature because fire is natural, and the fire took lives. The Gang suffered from the losses very much.
OH NO! We need to save the children
The conflict here is Man vs. Nature. When Johnny is hospitalized for major burns from the church fire, his conflict is Man vs. Nature. This is because the fire is natural, and it gave him many injuries that would later kill him.
This conflict is an example of Man vs. Man. It is this type of conflict because Bob, the Soc, was drowning Ponyboy and Johnny wanted to protect him, but in the end ended up killing Bob to save Ponyboy.
What did I just do!!
What did Johnny DO??
This conflict is Man vs. Man. The Curtis brothers, Darry, Sodapop, and Ponyboy, got into a fight about Ponyboy staying out too late. After yelling at Ponyboy, Darry slaps him and Ponyboy then runs away.
This conflict is Man vs. Society. Ponyboy and Cherry like each other, but because of their different social classes, other people will not appreciate their liking and make fun of them both.
Now that Mom and Dad are gone, I need to help out Darry to support us and Ponyboy, after all, I'm not good enough for school...
This conflict is Man vs. Self. This is the type of conflict because Sodapop doesn't think that he is smart enough for school, even though if he tried harder, he may succeed, but he also needs to help Ponyboy and Darry.
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