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Conflict are available in several stories and it's but one of the major pieces to making a story. Without a fundamental battle in a story the story will seem generic or boring. Writers prefer to put a battle in the narrative in order to add life to their job and maintain the reader curious about what they're reading. It is a way to maintain the reader wondering what happens next. In the Divine Comedy, Dante's Inferno, the principal character in the narrative, Dante, encounters all five types of the different battles on his journey through Hell. A few of the conflicts include: person against ego, people from people, and Dante contrary to Society. The very first battle Dante encounters in the story is person against ego. Through the whole story Dante is looking for a means to get on the perfect path. Dante opens the story by saying, "Midway in our life's journey, I found myself in dark woods, the perfect road lost." (Canto 1.1) The dark woods symbolize sin and the right road symbolizes the trail that contributes to the gates of heaven and God. When he gets lost in the dark woods that means he's missing in sin and cannot find th...