Lyddie first came to the factory for some free time but ended up getting none. On page 98 it states, "It hardly mattered. When would she have had the time to study it?" This shows that Lyddie doesn't have any free time.
Man VS. Self
Lyddie and Betsy are in a fight with Amelia as it states on page 90, "Amelia came closer. 'You've been reading that same book for months.' She reached over and took Oliver Twist out of Lyddie's hand." This shows that Amelia was physically and verbally fighting with Lyddie.
Man Vs. Man
Lyddie gets injured by the machines and refuses to stop working, even though the natural pain in her head is telling her to stop. On page 104 it states. "The room spun. She reached out toward the beam of the loom to steady herself. Diana put her arm around Lyddie's shoulders. 'Lean on me,' she said. 'I'll take you home.' 'The bell ain't rung,' Lyddie protested weakly." This shows she was fighting against the pain.