Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Lyddie

CONFLICT-- Conflict is essential to the plot. Without conflict there is no plot. A conflict is a struggle between opposing forces.

In detail describe the conflict that the character Lyddie faces in the the book, provide evidence.


20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jose Franco

Lyddie faces that she like a slave but she get payed. Her owners treat her like dirt and she faces that her family is poor. Lyddie faces that she work every day with no break so she can become sick. she also faces that she not with he family and she miss them and she have no mom or day to help her and she miss her little brother.So in the conflict the character had to face all those things.

Anonymous said...

Shanara Mosley

The conflict that Lyddie faces is when she had to leave her family to work as a slave to provide money for her family because they were poor and also how Lyddie didn't know her father and she goes on a journey to find her father. Another conflict Lyddie comes upon is when she got sick.

Anonymous said...

Ivana Vazquez

The conflict that I think Lyddie faces is her family being poor, and Lyddie having to work at the Mill to earn some money. That might be considered an external conflict because it's not so much about her as it is her family. She might also struggle with the fact that she's being paid little money for many hours of work. This might be considered an internal conflict because it affects her directly.

Treyvon Rogers said...

Treyvon Rogers
The conflict for lyddie is that she needs to work up to 15 hours a day. That is because she needs to get some money for her family. Lyddie got sick because of the way Lyddie works and where she works. Lyddie has to work like a slave because she needs to get money for her family. Lyddie found out that this woman was a slave so Lyddie gave her all the money from the cafe because she wanted the slave to start a new life in the north. When lyddie got hit in the head in the head with a shovel she wanted to work instead of staying in bed because she wanted to get the money for her family no matter what.
Then when there was a petition to lower work hours so she didn't sigh it because she didn't want to be fired because her family really needed it. So I think all this is a external conflict.

Anonymous said...

Lyddie faced that she was a slave and cared about getting payed. The people who pad her treated her bad.She still worked cause of her family being pore.

melissa rodriguez said...

Melissa
6A
The conflict in Lyddie was that Lyddie had to leave her family so she can to go get money. Also reuniting with her family and her little brother. I know that there are 4 different conflict and one is man vs. man and in Lyddie it is when the bear attacked the cabin in the begin of the book.this is a external conflict

Anonymous said...

Christian Culajay

Lyddie's conflict was that she was dealing with her slave problem. She also has a fever that she also has to deal with. She and her family is poor. She has to work every day.

Anonymous said...

Elina Caban

The conflict that Lyddie faces in the book is when lyddie had to leave her family to work at a concord corporation and being paid more then she was getting paid at the mill. She was so sad that she had to leave her family and work off her father’s debts. And another conflict is when lyddie got sick she couldn't work for a couple of days she wanted to go to work but she couldn't even get up...

Shaquan Murray said...

The conflict in Lyddie is that the owners treats her disrespectful she likes the job to provide food for her family that's not write because they are treating her like dirt she works all day with no breaks that's how she probably became sick this is a external struggle. The character have to face all of those thing.

Ricardo said...

All the conflicts that Lyddie goes throgh end up pretty bad. For example if she signs the potition she could loose her job at the mill.

veldine said...

It's an external conflict,because since Lyddie found out that she had to work in the Mill, and be a slave, the owners was treating her bad,and making her work alot.

Anonymous said...

Nadalia Rowe 6A- A conflict that Lyddie faces is trying to gather her money to pay off her father's debt. Even though that is not her responsibility she takes it as hers though. She struggles with that because she wants her family to unite as one and not as different groups.This type of conflict is an internal conflict because that was a decision that she made . She did not have to do that. The kind of conflict is a man vs herself because she made that choice.

Branden said...

Lyddie faces that she like a slave that she get paid. her family is poor ands she also takes that she is getting treat badly. and she faces that she don't get to see her family that much because she don't live with them. so I think the charter had to face all those things and more and problem more than that to i read the whole book.

Jariel Soto said...

A conflict of Lyddie is when Lyddie had to go to work for money to help pay off the debts. When her father led off, she needed to get a job before the farm was going to get taking away. She needed to work hard for her money. She would always write to Her brother Charles and her mother to see how it was going. When Lyddie got sick she was aggravated because she wanted to work, she thought Mr. Marsden was going to kick her out, but he wasn’t because she is his favorite girl and that is Internal because she’d dealing with her own problem’s. The only reason she is working is for her family and for her father as well she loves the farm a lot!! She doesn’t want to get kicked out and she needed to put money in for the Debts so she’s working as hard as she can to make enough money to send to her mother. When they pay off their debts, Lyddie can go back to the farm unless if she wants to at the Mills. I think that is External because she is practically putting all of her effort for her family, if Lyddie wouldn’t have been working they would have got kicked out already. Lyddie is mostly doing this for her father, since her father is in the west trying to make more money for the farm!

daquari young said...

The conflict that lyddie faces in the book is when she had to over come that she was going to go to the mill and work. She had a conflict when she was ask to sign a petition so she can work for more money. Because Diana was always asking her to do that. Another conflict was the man vs man. When the bear came in the house.

JaToya Brown said...

JaToya Brown

The conflict that Lyddie faces in the story is that she was sick from the work she was doing at the farm and she had to stay in bed also she had to leave her family to work with the mills.

Anonymous said...

Shaliyah Keene

The conflict that Lyddie faced was that she was sick. She was sick because she was working and she got sick. The way she got sick was because she was a slave. The doctor told her to stay in bed but she wanted to work more. Lyddie also had a fever.

mariana said...

Mariana Ayala

their uncle gave The conflict in Lyddie is she has to work to get money so she can pay the family’s dept. Lyddie is working at the Concord Corporation Number five where she is getting the money. Lyddie is also trying to reunite her family. Lyddie is trying so hard to take care of Rachel because Rachel to Lyddie.

Anonymous said...

Lyddie faced that she was a slave and cared about getting payed.The people who pad her treated her like trash. She didn't care and did it for her family cause they were very pore. Liddie decided to get sick.

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