Tag Archives: Conflict

Cracked Underneath

The Lacemaker and the Princess, by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, is a historical fiction novel about the events that unfolded during the French Revolution. In the book, there are two main characters: Isabelle and Thérèse. Isabelle is a poor lacemaker in … Continue reading

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Choose Your Own Path

You know that feeling when you visit your grandparents and you’re filled with warmth and happiness? What if I told you that in the past, people in Japan had to abandon and let the elderly die, just because they were … Continue reading

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Passion on Thin String

The found poem above was taken from page four of the short story “The Bass the River and Sheila Mant” by W.D Wetherell.  This poem showcases a man versus self conflict between the narrator, the protagonist, and his two antagonists, … Continue reading

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