No? Well, you’ll hear those names soon enough. Our crime has been to speak out for better working conditions.
This is the scene where the bear breaks into Lyddie's cabin and she orders her family up into the loft. This is person vs. nature because it is Lyddie against the bear which is an element of nature. The bear is in Lyddie’s cabin and this shows that Lyddie and her family in the cabin are having a nature conflict with the bear
This is the scene where Mrs. Cutler is looking at Lyddie when she arrives and thinks she is a begger. She does not like that Lyddie is the person who she hired. This type of conflict is being demonstrated because it shows how Mrs. Cutler despises Lyddie and thinks of her like a stray dog. Mistress Cutler does not like Lyddie and does not want her near the tavern.
This is the scene where Diana was explaining to Lyddie that their crime was to speak out for better working conditions. We know this type of conflict is being demonstrated because Diana is talking about how she fights for workers rights and disagrees with how society views workers rights and working conditions for girls.