There are five main types of conflict in literature. Conflict is drama between two opposing forces in a piece of literature. If you have sufficient conflict, you will be able to move the plot forward and keep the attention of your reader. If your writing lacks conflict, it will lack tension and will fall flat.
The five most common types of conflict used in literature are as follows:
Several of these books on this classic literature reading list are commonly taught in middle school English classes, so adding them to a summer reading list can give your child an advantage when they come up during the school year.