What are some examples of major conflicts (man vs. self, society, nature, etc.) in Ender's Shadow?

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Ender's Shadow is the story of Ender's Game; however, it is told from Bean's perspective. Bean appears in Ender's Game, and readers are not likely to think highly of him. He comes across as slightly annoying and even antagonistic at times, but Ender's Shadow explains why Bean is that way.

Bean is incredibly smart. Personally, I would argue that he is far smarter than Ender. Bean's problem is that he is not a good leader. This...

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