The function of conflict in literature is something I’d want to explore today because it’s near and dear to the hearts of both writers and readers. Struggles, difficulties, and conflicts give a novel momentum, keeping the reader interested all the way to the end.
Anger as a Trigger: Creating an Initial Flare
Envision a tranquil, placid world in which nothing ever seems to happen. It’s boring, I know. Because drama is the salt that makes the story taste good. What really gets our attention is the first spark that puts everything in motion. Conflict is the engine that drives a story, whether it’s a minor spat between friends or a titanic struggle between good and evil.
Complications Galore: The Art of Keeping Us Hooked
Now that we have our first major disagreement, we can start piling on the problems. All these unexpected developments are keeping us on the edge of our seats. Will our main characters be able to get through all of the challenges they face? Will they be able to resist the strain, or will they cave in? It’s the twists and turns that make a story interesting and make us care about what happens to the characters.
From Trouble to Solution: Character Development
Readers like to see characters develop and change. War is the catalyst for this development. It forces our favorite characters to leave their safe zones and into situations where they must face their anxieties, make difficult choices, and mature as people. We learn about their fortitude, vulnerability, and growth as a result of the challenges they experience. The resolution of these conflicts is what ultimately leaves us feeling fulfilled as we witness the characters grow as a result.
Have you read my new work, “Contract Killers”?
Before I leave, I want to give you a fantastic suggestion. If you want to see how tension can drive a plot, go no further than my most recent novel, “Contract Killers.” This exciting story will take you on a crazy voyage full of corruption, tragedy, and plot twists as it is set in a world of outcasts and risky decisions.
Try reading the latest blockbuster instead of viewing it. You’ll have a lot clearer mental picture, and the action won’t let you down. This book has everything I’ve ever desired in a good book: a compelling story with interesting characters.
To accompany me on this thrilling adventure, pick up a copy of “Contract Killers” and read along with me. Let me know what you think; I think it captures the core of the stories we love so much because of the conflicts they contain. Let’s rekindle our imaginations and rediscover the pleasure of compelling storytelling together.
Enjoy your reading!