In this article, we are going to read about six different types of conflict in literature (Stories).
Person versus person is the most common conflict. The objective of the protagonist is in objection to another main character or the antagonist.
Man versus conflict is a classic external conflict where the main character is fighting against societal norms.
In this scenario, the person or the protagonist is fighting against natural elements such as animals, weather, or climate change.
One of the common tropes of the present day in science fiction is person versus technology.
In this conflict, the main character is fighting against a supernatural force such as aliens, gods, dreams, or something that is beyond human comprehension.
It often happens that the protagonist is suffering from a situation where they are struggling to discern what is wrong and what is right.