Conflict in Literature

Grant Snider contrasts the conflicts of old with the more modern equivalents. Real lives, as well as lives portrayed in literature, don’t get harder, and they don’t get easier, it’s all a matter of changing what we worry about and fight against. The ultimate conflict is when we disagree with what we’ve just read, which can lead to rage. This entry at Incidental Comics is also available in poster form.

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