Internal and External Conflict Frankenstein?

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In the story Frankenstein, there is clear evidence of internal and external conflicts that are presented. The internal conflict in the story of Frankenstein is the depression the doctor goes through when he must deal with the destruction has caused by creating the monster. The external conflict present in the story of Frankenstein is the love the monster seeks from the doctor and cannot receive because of the pain he has caused the doctor.
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A struggle between a character caused by an outside force is external conflict. Internal takes place in a characters mind, within himself. Ask us anything!!
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