The bear had been their undoing, though at that time they had all laughed.
Person versus self
"when I first saw you "-they were eating and somehow he needed to let him know- "I ...thought..." but she was ashamed to finish the sentence.
Self versus society
"If I'm to recommend you to the concord corporation, you need to look decent, they like to hire a good class of girls here."
This scene was when the bear intruded into the cabin. I know that this is person versus nature because the bear is nature and Lyddie is the person. Lyddie was fighting the bar to not hurt her family.
When Lyddie found Ezekial in her cabin, she thought about turning him in, but after getting to know Ezekial a little, she feels ashamed that she even thought about turning him in. I know this because Lyddie is struggling to decide between herself.
Lyddie is at the boarding house, and Ms. Bellow tells Lyddie that in order to be in the mill, they look at the visual, not the skill. I know this because, in the book, society has discrimination against poorer girls. For example Lyddie.