Lyddie: It's okay Mama. Quiet down, you'll just make it madder.
Mama: It's the devil! Help us lord!
Person vs. Self
Ezekial: I know it's hard for you to decide, it's alot of money.
Lyddie: I know....but...I couldn't. Now that I know you.
Person vs. Person
I'm Lyddia Worthen and I came here from a letter from my mother...
I have nothing to do with you. Go to the kitchen and clean with Triphena.
The scene demonstrates the person vs. nature conflict because Lyddie and the rest of the family have to hide from the bear and hope that it doesn’t break anything in the house. A quote from the text is, "Their mother screamed. Oh lord deliver us!" "Hush!" Lyddie commanded. "You'll just make him madder." pg. 2
This scene demonstrates the person vs. self conflict because it shows how Lyddie is versus herself because she internally has to make a hard decision whether to turn in Ezekiel for a lot of money or let him stay secret. A quote to support this is, "It's alot of money." "I'd be tempted if I were you." pg. 42
This demonstrates the person vs. person conflict because it shows how the Mistress Cutler is creul and digusted towards Lyddie being a poor girl when she first sees her. A quote from the text to supporr this is, "Go along." The woman was saying. "This is a respectable tavern not the township poor farm." pg. 20