Table Conflict in a work of art (types and examples)

Conflict is a collision, a struggle on which the development of a plot in a work of art is built; contradiction as a principle of interaction between images of a literary (epic or dramatic) work. The conflict determines the ideological orientation and compositionally organizes the work of art at all levels, giving each image its qualitative determination in contrast to other images.

The nature of the
conflict
a brief description of Example
 Love  Relationships between people, built on love collisions; characteristic of the traditional drama of classicism and love story.  W. Shakespeare “Romeo and Juliet” A.S. Pushkin “Dubrovsky”
 Social and household (public)  Social relationships are characteristic of realistic works.  A. Pushkin “Eugene Onegin”
 Philosophical  Formulation and solution of philosophical problems: life and death, cardinal foundations of being, human destiny.  F. M. Dostoevsky “The Brothers Karamazov”, “The Idiot”
 Ideological  The clash of various ideas that have the right to exist.  I. S. Turgenev “Fathers and Sons”
 Psychological  Internal contradictions of the personality; typical for romantic works.  D. G. Byron “Don Juan”
 Symbolic  Confrontation, collision of reality with its symbolic reincarnation; characteristic of works of symbolism.  M. Maeterlink “The Blue Bird”
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