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Writing isn’t easy, and writing a good story is even harder.
Every one thought that, Everything I Know About How to write a proper story, especially budding writers and filmmakers. Actually they Don’t Know How to write a story.
Here I’m giving some information about Story writing with my Science(knowledge).
Guys just have a look on story writing process, how to Write/Narrate/Build a story with writing tools and elements.
So, let’s begin continuation of the previous article.
CONFLICT: The main problem/central problem.
Conflict discrepancies depend on individual narrative circumstances.
Conflicts are key elements to drive the story in a tensed way, to grab the audience attention.
In any kind of genres use one or two conflicts is good, if we use more then two it may be complex & confuse in story narration.
The conflict in literature is defined as any struggle between opposing forces, this type of conflict is what drives each and every story.
There are two types of conflicts that can drives a story.
The first is an internal conflict -in this case, the struggle actually occurs inside a character, usually the problem, or main conflict.
The character with internal conflict could be struggling with a decision he/she must take with his/her own weakness in their personalities.
The second type of conflict is an external conflict. This conflict takes place outside of the protagonist, external conflicts are struggling between the person and some other force from the outside.
Other types of external conflicts can also due to other characters, acts of nature, or society itself in which the character lives.
Majorly all films are based on these:
Types of conflicts –
1.PERSON VS PERSON
2.PERSON VS SELF
3.PERSON VS NATURE
4.PERSON VS FATE/GOD(S)
5.PERSON VS SOCIETY
6.PERSON VS UNKNOWN/EXTRA TERRESTRIAL
7.PERSON VS TECHNOLOGY/MACHINARY
1.PERSON VS PERSON: Person vs person pits one person against another is about as classic as a story can get .This type of conflict is pretty much self-explanotry, with one person struggling for victory over another. There are countless examples of this type of conflicts.