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How is conflict used in Journey's End?

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There are several different types of conflict in Journey’s End. Definition of conflict: “to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at variance,or in opposition; clash” (Dictionary.com). Conflict is utilised to create tension the first type is the war that is going on. The war creates a conflict between Stanhope and Raleigh. Conflict is depicted in how the characters speak to each other. The author also utilises conflict to create various problems for the characters that they must solve. One such example when Stanhope decides that he must censor Raleigh’s letters because he didn’t want Raleigh to write to Marge.

 

One of the person versus person conflicts is resolved at the end of the play. Stanhope feels bad for Raleigh as he watches him being carried in, and learns about his injury. “It’s all right, old chap; it’s just the shock - numbed them” (Sheriff 94).

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