Interview with the Vampire Essay | Internal and External Conflicts

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Internal and External Conflicts

Summary: The internal and external conflicts in "Interview With A Vampire" are between three vampires with differing personalities. However their struggles are typical of internal and external struggles we all face.

Internal and External Conflicts

Everyday people experience conflicts. In literature almost every character has been involved in at least one type of conflict. In the novel Interview With A Vampire, the main character, Louis, tells his story of his struggles with being a vampire. He is an 18th century nobleman bitten by the powerful, alluring vampire Lestat. Louis at first is unable to enjoy killing humans and grows to be hopeless. To comfort Louis, Lestat helps him create another vampire, Claudia. She is a young girl, which could not age once she became a vampire. Together these characters all experience both internal and external conflicts. The conflicts that occur in Interview With A Vampire are Louis' struggle with killing, Claudia's battle with her appearance, and Claudia's hatred for Lestat.

Internal conflicts take place inside a character's mind. They occur when the character is struggling with his...

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