Lily's Crossing: Literary Conflict
Uppdaterad: 12/16/2020
Lily's Crossing: Literary Conflict

Storyboard Text

  • Character Vs. Character
  • No! Who's going to take care of me?!
  • I have to go, too.
  • Character Vs. Self
  • What is wrong with me? I don't even remember saying that...
  • Willow Run isn't quite as good as having an aunt who is a spy! Or a cousin who's a general in the Navy!
  • Character Vs. Nature
  • Lily gets extremely upset at her father when she learns he is leaving for the Army. She knows he has no choice, but she is still angry and doesn't say goodbye to him.
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  • Lily feels extremely worried and guilty about all of the lies that she tells. She knows that she shouldn't lie, but she has a hard time stopping.
  • Lily encounters a rough storm and high waves when she sets out to rescue Albert from drowning.

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