Unformatted text preview: everything and everyone around him (with the exception of his siblings) and deems them "phony" and "fake" and as a result deliberately flouts society's rules and conventions. Biff was disillusioned with his father's version of success but was somehow less adrift than Holden, as he sought a different version of the post war american dream in the open west. It seems that both have rejected their father’s paths and seem to share more of the sentiments of the coming “counter-culture” and beat generation....
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- Summer '08
- Deception, Counterfeit, Counterculture of the 1960s