Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell

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What is the problem in the story "Island of the Blue Dolphins"? What is the solution in the story?

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I think this question is asking about the story's main conflict. If that is the case, then I would suggest that the main conflict is a man vs. nature conflict; however, the book begins with a man vs. man conflict between the natives of the island and the Aleutians. A battle ensues between the two groups, and the natives are left...

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whenthe potagonist gets in trouble by his father when he stole that thing... srry i forget

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