Types of conflict in lyddie

Types of conflict in lyddie

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  • Person versus nature
  • 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.
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