Fever: Overcoming Adversity
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Character Vs. Society
Get out of here!
We don't want any blacks around here!
Character Vs. Character
No fever victims here!
Character Vs. Nature
More than three thousand.
How many dead, Sir?
Backs are not accepted in the city and men and women would call them rude names when they see them walking in town. Two drunk men are yelling rude things to Eliza and her friend. This is character vs. society because Eliza is facing a conflict about what other people think of her. (Anderson, pg 164)
Matilda was waking by the hatters shop when a women comes over and asked if she has the fever. Matilda explains that she had it but is all better now. The women then hits Matilda in the back with her cane and orders her to leave. This is character vs. character because Matilda is being hit by a women. (Anderson, pg 160)
Matilda is talking to Mr. Brown about the fever. The fever is yellow fever. This is character vs. nature because the fever is killing many people.(Anderson, pg 158)
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