"No one shared anything with him, niether food nor company. Uncle always shared the animals and birds he shot down with everyone in the group, But it appeared if everyone has forgotten about that, Salva now had beg for scraps, which were given grudgingly" (Park 68).
External Conflict (Man vs Society)
"Uncle's words came back to him: The village of Loun Ariik was attacked... Burned. Few people survived... No one knows where they are now" (Park 71)
Internal Conflict (Man vs Self)
"It was a rainy season. Swollen by rains, the gilo's currents would be merciless. The gilo was also well known for crocodiles." (Park 75)
External Conflict (Man vs Nature)
This conflict is external because when Salva's uncle dies, everyone in the group felt that Salva would only hold the group back, so they decided to not give Salva any food nor company. The group also thought that Salva would cry again when they arrived in the desert.
This conflict is Internal because when salva stops to think about his Uncle's words and understands, that isn't his mom because if Salva yelled out his mother would recognize Salva's voice and turn around but she didn't.
This conflict is external because when the camp members gets chased out of the Itang refugee camp, they reach the Gilo river. Salva see's crocodiles in the water and he has to fight crocodiles to survive because he has no choice, soldiers were coming to shoot them if they don't cross the river this example shows Man vs Nature.