Analysis Of The Secret River Thornhill

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“The inability to communicate creates potential conflict" When individuals are not capable to express their needs and desires to one another it ultimately results in conflict. Conflict is driven by the need to survive and propagate in a world of contrasting opinions. If individuals do not communicate and discuss about their problems than the likelihood of conflict arousing is inevitable. Consequently, as we read ‘The Secret River’ we realize that the main cause of the conflict between Sal and Thornhill is mainly because of Thornhill’s inability to tell Sal about the massacre and his part in it. Thornhill’s relationship with Sal is crucial to Kate Grenville’s discovery of how conflict can make or destroy an individual and how the inability

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