"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..."(1)
Man vs. Man
"She was ordered to bed late and obliged to rise early, for the mistress was determined that no paying guest in the windowed rooms across the narrow passage way should know that they share the floor with the kitchen girl."(24)
Man vs. Society
"Our crime has been to speak out for better working conditions." (69)
This shows Man vs. Nature because Lyddie faces conflict against an animal.
Lyddie faces Man vs. Man because she is obliged to follow the mistress's orders and sleeps very little.
This represents Man vs. Society because Diana and Lyddie both face the struggle of bad working conditions from the loom operates and aren't allowed to say anything.