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So… zombie fiction… Man vs Nature?
In one of my fantasy novels, I weight Man vs Man evenly with Man vs self, although Man vs Nature still plays a pivotal role – though that decision wasn’t originally conscious. Do you find that greater books choose a single archetype, and focus on that, rather than trying to balance more than one? Or do you keep these tools in the back of your mind, and instead allow the plot, characters, and setting to take you on that ride, and make that decision for you? I am a Discovery writer, (which causes me to rewrite novels several times over), and often times, my characters and setting throw my original ideas out the window.
Most things fit into Man vs Man, Man vs Self, and Man vs Nature, but there are a few that don’t (at least not exactly). Anyone want to go non-genera here?
–Try Man vs Demon: no need to explain why your antagonist is so evil. Instead, you have to explain why it isn’t evil enough!
–Man vs Nature & Man: there was a game where the theme was conquer nature so you can kill the only other sentient being in existence…
And so on.
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Another that starts out as Man vs. Nature is Terry Pratchett’s “Nation” – though it adds Man vs. Man and Man vs. Self as it goes, but that’s not unsual for Man vs. Nature stories, if it’s a natural disaster that affects a lot of people. Most Man v. Nature stories will have Man vs. Self aspect in there, at the very least.
The second half of the novel turns into a Man vs. Nature plot, when there’s a huge flood. The pigkeeper manages to become interesting as he does everything he can to save his herd of pigs from the flood and keep them fed. And I couldn’t help but think of Jack Black in the role (months ago!). A lot of it would be played as low comedy, knowing Hollywood, but I actually think it would work. It would be very hard to be as successful as Babe, but it would be an entertaining movie. I’d watch it.
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It’s a “Howard is clueless” episode! One of us, we won’t name any names, didn’t take enough English classes to know the basic conflict archetypes — Man vs. Man, Man vs. Self, and Man vs. Nature. In this episode we focus on that third one.
One example of Man vs. Nature is Dragonflight, by Anne McCaffrey. Another is Lucifer’s Hammer, by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle. In both of these cases, while Man vs Nature is the main plot, Man vs. Man sub-plots keep the story moving.
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I have never really felt that the three man vs archetypes are truly different types of conflict. They are three categories that cause conflict, but give no input into what the conflict actually is. A man who loses a child and spends the rest of his life fighting against whatever force took the child away from him could have the same plot and (very nearly) themes, whether the force was another person, himself, or nature. The child example may lend itself to being classified as man vs man, but my point is that different affects of conflict do not have as much classification as the things that cause conflict.
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I suppose the general description is that this story is about a revenge story. But 3 revenge stories in one. It’s definitely a Man vs Man theme. Or rather Man vs Human Nature, where human nature is just as destructive as mother nature.
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Great discussion. Anyone seen the recent movie The Grey starring Liam Neeson? Although a large portion of the film appears to be Man vs Nature, I think the central conflict is Man vs Self. Anyway, I thought I’d recommend it.
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I’m so glad Anne McCaffrey’s Pern books came up. I always viewed them as great world building examples. Thanks to this podcast, now I can see how they also highlight man vs nature style storytelling. She died late last year (11/21/2011) and I wonder if that was an influence in her name coming up in this podcast. How far ahead are you guys in your recording vs airing?
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3) How is conquest achieved? in Man vs. Nature it’s usually through survival, right? (I’m asking. I’m not that smart, remember?) In Man vs. Society I’d think your happiest ending would come through a change in society, and I doubt readers are going to buy into that sort of change without seeing the protagonist changing the hearts and minds of those in a position to spread the change further.
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