Literary Devices by: Andrew Wolsifer & Sal Palmisano
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Oskar's Internal Conflict
Oskar's External Conflict
One of the internal conflicts Oskar has throughout this story is depression. After the death of his father, Oskar began to look at life in a pessimistic point of view. It was the mystery of the key that kept Oskar going.
One of Oskar's external conflicts was during school, when Jimmy and his friends were harassing him on the playground. We see that they force Oskar to say the thing he does, despite not meaning it.
An example of this can be found at the beginning (in my opinion) by the limo ride that Oskar and his family is taking. It goes to show how Oskar and everyone else would act emotionally. (Or something along those lines.)
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