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Isn't the central conflict character vs. character because Brad is in opposition with...
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I would say no, the central conflict is not character vs. character, or Brad vs. Gavin. It is Brad vs. the entire world/the nature of reality. Why? Because he can't accept reality. He has denied that his sister died. He's fighting reality in relation to his sister, Gavin, his mom…each conflict with a character is just an example of how he clashes with reality, due to his need to escape from it.
Posted by gbeatty on March 14, 2007 at 1:38 AM (Answer #1)
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