On page 2 of Lyddie, the text states, "Lyddie glared straight into the bear's eyes, daring him to step forward into the cabin."
Character vs. Self
On page 37 of Lyddie, the text states, "... perhaps she could stop by once more at the mill... but, no... she couldn't stop by again and ask for Charlie..."
Should I try to visit Charlie again?
Character vs. Character
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On page 44 of Lyddie, Mistress Cutler says, "'So! You've decided to honor us with a visit!' The mistress's face was red with heat or rage."
This is an example of Character vs. Nature because the bear is intruding in Lyddie's cabin and she is going to feel upset and angry at the bear because of that. Since the bear is considered a part of nature, this would be the character, Lyddie, against nature (the bear).
This is an example of Character vs. Self because Lyddie is debating whether she should try and visit Charlie or not. These conflicting views she has with herself cause a Character (lyddie) versus self (herself) conflict.
This is an example of Character vs. Character conflict because Mistress Cutler gets angry at Lyddie for leaving without permission. This causes a conflict to build between them because Lyddie thought that Triphena gave her permission, yet Mistress Cutler is yelling at her for leaving.