What is the source of conflict in "My Kinsman, Major Molineux"?
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The source of conflict is Robin's attempts to understand the city. As a country boy, he is in constant conflict with his new environment.
The conflict came upon when Robin had tried desperately to succeed in the New World, in the new environment unknown to him, to a place where he is neglected, unwanted and had a hard time understanding that he was treated like trash.
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