This shows Man v. Man because this is Lyddie and her mom is fighting. "Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.'" "Aunt Clarissa don't know, Mama," Lyddie said as firmly as she could, though a shudder went through her body. (Pg. 4)
Please don't go to Poultney!
The Devil is coming to walk the earth
The world will end
Back off you, bear!
Man v. Nature
This shows man vs nature because Lyddie is going up against a big bear. In the story, it states, "At any rate, Lyddie looked up from the pot of oatmeal she was stirring over the fire, and there in the doorway was a massive black head, the nose up and smelling, the tiny eyes bright with hungry anticipation." (Pg. 1)
Man v. Self
This is Man v. Self because she is fighting whether or not she should go home. In the story, it states that, "What was the woman saying? 'Go on. Tomorrow, if you like.' Lyddie couldn't believe her ears. 'But... ' '... Would that be all right?' (Pg. 36)