types of conflict in lyddie book
Updated: 1/13/2021
types of conflict in lyddie book

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  • Person V.s Person
  • “So! You’ve decided to honor us with a visit! The mistress’s face was red with heat or rage. Behind her, Triphena grimaced an apology. Behind her, triphena grimaced an apology. She stood in the doorway, trying to frame an excuse or apology, but as usual the words did not come quickly enough to mind, you're dismissed!” PG 44
  • Person V.s Nature
  • “The jacket released the bear from the charm Lyddie seemed to have placed on him. He banged the door aside and rushed in towards the ladder but Charles snatched it.”
  • Person V.s Self
  • “That night, again she counted the calf money. The lady had been lying, of course. But still, how had a farmer’s daughter bought a silk dress?” PG 26
  • I know that this type of conflict is being demonstrated in the scene because Lyddie and the Mistress argue, which is person V.s person.
  • I know that this type of conflict is being demonstrated in the scene because Lyddie and her family hides from the bear, and the bear is nature, so its person V.s nature.
  • I know that this is person V.s self because Lyddie is thinking to herself about whether she should go to work in the mill.
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