Write a well-constructed essay in which you identify two characters in “Fences,” determine what kind of conflict each has, and examine the way (s) in which each of them finds a solution to his or her conflict.* *Think about what conflicts or problems that the two characters you choose have. The conflict can be within themselves or from outside difficulties. - Who or what does each character fight against? - Are your chosen characters fighting to find and maintain their identity, or fight to earn some dignity and respect? In what way(s)? - It is possible that a character never resolves his or her conflict. If not, why not? What is stopping him or her from moving on beyond the conflict? - Has an introductory paragraph that mentions the title and author of the text (“Fences” by August Wilson) AND the two characters you’ve chosen and the inner or outside conflicts they have. - Has several body paragraphs that are organized in a way that describes and explains your two chosen characters, what kind of conflict they have, and how each character finds a solution to his or her conflict - Has quotes from the play (the text) to support your analysis in your body paragraphs - Has a concluding paragraph that discusses the importance of moving on from conflict in life. What must someone do to successfully move on from conflict in his or her life?