The Maze Runner: Overcoming Adversity

The Maze Runner: Overcoming Adversity

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  • Character vs. Self Conflict
  • In The Maze Runner, an example of character vs. self conflict would be when Thomas questioned himself whether or not it was his fault Ben had been shot with the arrow. Ben wasn't even sure of who he was. Dashner, page 74
  • Was it me? Did I do it?
  • Who even am I?
  • This is an example of character vs, society conflict because Ben was banished from the Glade by the Gladers due to his attempt to kill Thomas. Ben wanted to have his punishment in the Slammer, but society threw him into the maze. Dashner, page 93
  • Character vs. Society Conflict
  • No, no, no, no, no! I swear I'll do anything! I swear I'll never do it again! Pllllleeeeeee---
  • This scene is an example of character vs. character conflict because Gally went directly against Thomas in the keepers meeting that Newt called on. Gally thinks Thomas should be put in the Slammer for one month, and said he would kill him. Dashner, page 163
  • You're a slinthead! I'll kill you!
  • Character vs. Character Conflict
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