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Updated: 12/4/2018
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  • Man vs. Nature
  • Man vs. Man
  • Man vs. Society
  • In the book, it says, "Don't break nothing, she begged silently. They couldn't afford to replace any of the household goods." (p. 3) This shows a conflict between man and nature because Lyddie is the man and the bear is the nature threatening to destroy some goods.
  • This shows man vs. man because Lyddie and Charles argue about where to keep the money the heifer buys. The book says, "'We'll get a good price for it.' 'We'd be bound to give the money to her.' 'No.'" (p. 10)
  • Man vs. society is shown in Lyddie because the people in the stagecoach stare at her, mainly her clothes. The book says, "They were looking at her-at her clothes especially. At first she was mortified, but the longer they rode, the angrier she became." (p. 48)
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