Final Paper ENG 125 - Running Head LITERATURE 1 THEME OF CONFLICT IN THE NOVEL THE RIVER BETWEEN AND ITS IMPORTANCE Tiarra Smith ENG 125 Jaclyn

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Running Head: LITERATURE 1 THEME OF CONFLICT IN THE NOVEL THE RIVER BETWEEN AND ITS IMPORTANCE Tiarra Smith ENG 125 Jaclyn Mallan-King 1/11/2016
LITERATURE 2 CONFLICTS IN THE RIVER BETWEEN. A conflict is a stylistic approach that most authors employ in their pieces of text in literature. Internal conflict is that dilemma that molds a character and portrays its impact on the character within a plot of the novel. At least, in every genre story, myth, and fairy tales there is a reflection of the theme of conflict. The idea helps the learners to gain knowledge and manifests information from various angles without confining themselves to a particular topic. Conflict is a crucial aspect of literary appreciation and helps in the analysis and development of a soothing plot of a piece of literature (Amoko, 2005). Usually, a conflict exists in four broad categories; man to man, man to society, man to nature, and man to technology. The illustrations of conflict can be drawn from Ngugi Wa Thiong`o` s novel The River Between. For example, Waiyaki is essentially a protagonist in the novel. He has significantly contributed towards communicating the theme of change in the society of Makuyu and Kameno. From the onset of the novel internal conflict is portrayed by Waiyaki. Waiyaki was the elite of the Kikuyu community, and he was in a dilemma whether to accept or deny the white man`s ways and education so that to bring change in his community. The internal

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