Conflicts for Chapters 4+5

Whether or not its internal or external and who the conflict is with

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 The character that is described after the third chapter is vastly different from the self-assured narrator that appears in the introductory chapters. This is primarily an internal conflict. This dichotomy suggests that the novel will also explore the narrator’s development as an individual. With that in mind, all of the events that contribute to the destruction of Manderley also somehow contribute to establish the narrator’s identity, transforming her from the shy, colt-like girl of Monte Carlo to the strong, confident woman who supports her husband through their absence from Manderley.