"The Glass Roses" by Alden Nowlan: Literary Exploration.
There are various conflicts in the story, "The Glass Roses", though the main and most significant one being of an internal conflict within the protagonist, Stephen, a "willowy fifteen-year-old" working in the pulp woods. The internal conflict occurs between his desires to fulfill his childhood dreams and those to become a "man". Stephen is heavily influenced by his father, and longs to be like the other workers with their "ox-like shoulders", but also does not want to leave his "childish" dreams and ideals behind. However, Leka, the Polack, shows Stephen how that being different and having…
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