Man vs. self-conflict occurs when a character in a narrative has internal feelings that affect their relationships with other characters or motivate the character to behave in a certain way. This conflict may be limited ... More »

A short story is a work of fiction that is shorter than a novel, yet is also a complete narrative that focuses typically on a singe character. Unlike novels, which explore multiple plots and themes, short stories usually... More »

A plot summary should briefly summarize the main elements of the story, including the main characters, setting and conflict. It should also include an overview of the plot, focusing on main events and leaving out non-ess... More »

The way in which initial interrogatories are answered depends on the type of question asked; the four types of interrogatories are list, yes/no, narrative and lawyer questions -asked by the opposing counsel in cases that... More » Education Writing

As the name implies, a narrative summary provides a brief, succinct summary including the plot, characters, conflict and themes from the point of view of the person writing the summary. Even though the summary itself has... More »

Third person is a narrative perspective that does not assume a particular character identity and refers to characters using third-person pronouns such as he, she, they, him and her. Writers use this when they want to tel... More »

Though different versions of Catwoman appear in different versions of the Batman narrative, on the whole, the character can be seen as an anti-villain, sometimes working to help Batman or otherwise act against the intere... More »