Horseman, Pass By

What is the main conflict in Horseman, Pass By by Larry McMurtry?

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The main conflict in the novel is Lonnie's desire to move away from the ranch and live a different life. Over the course of the novel, Lonnie is torn between his desire to leave and his loyalty to his grandfather. After his grandfather's death, Lonnie has no reason to stay.

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