"Soaking torrents of rain... she was obliged, reluctantly, to stop in the next village and seek shelter for the night." (pg 47)
Man V. Man
"So! you've decided to honor us with a visit! the mistress face was red with heat or rage... you're dismissed!" (Pg.44)
Man V. Self
"Envy crept up like a noxious vine. Lyddie snapped it off but the roots were deep in beyond her reach." (Pg. 13)
This is Man V. Nature because Lyddie was walking to the south where she would find work but she got caught in a heavy rainstorm and had to seek shelter in the village's Inn.
This is Man V. Man because Lyddie leaves the workplace without permission while the mistress is gone and when Lyddie gets back the mistress is there waiting for her and she starts getting mad and yelling at Lyddie, also dismissing her.
This is Man V. Self because Lyddie is getting jealous of all the things that the Quakers have and her family hasn't being successful in farming and because of so much debt. She gets jealous so that quote is a metaphor for her being jealous and kind of fighting her own mind.