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Conflict Essay To cross the finish line without ever trying would it still be a victory Throughout life every person comes into the understanding that conflict is inevitable Weather it is at work or home in situations dealt with alone or in numbers this fact remains the same For anything to strike interest into the human mind there must be conflict For without such conflict life is dull and there would not be any development of character In the story A Worn Path and old woman endures several conflicts with nature in order obtain medicine from a local doctor As the story develops the reader begins to sympathize with the women by the familiar courage that is shown throughout her conflicts The womens courage against the conflicts of nature is tried again and again bringing her to the very brink of overwhelming fatigue all as the price for medicine In the beginning of the story youre brought to an old woman walking along a country road It isnt evident at the time that she heading anywhere in particular accept it becomes evident that she is poor old and uneducated At this point in the story foreshadowing future conflict for the women is evident as the old women becomes weary of rodents and things that she may encounter She then crosses off the road and attempts to get over a barbwire fence and nearly fails because her dress gets snagged on the barbs The reader now becomes aware that the womans eyesight is partially impaired and that that personal conflict will be an immense crutch for the women to be able to finish her journey She then crosses through a field which is more similar to a swamp and has to maneuver her accordingly as to prevent from falling into the various puddles These conflicts with nature this woman endures may seem like everyday aspects of life but to her they become wearisome
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