Phoniness and Deceit Storyboard
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The Catcher in the Rye; Phoniness and Deceit
The book is about how a kid that has mental problems and talks in third person about how he is the way he is. He goes through series of events that changes him and his family.
Scene 1 when Holden speaks with Mrs. Morrow
"Do you think so?"
" He adapts himself very well to things. He really does. I mean he really knows how to adapt himself."
Scene 2: Holden and Sally after the club
"You should've seen him when old sally asked him how he liked the play. He was kind of a phony that have to give themselves room when they answer somebody's question."
"Then he and old Sally started talking about a lot of people they both knew.It was the phoniest conversation you ever heard in your life. "
The theme is being fake. When people are liars and have no morals towards others.
In this scene, Holden blatantly talks good about her son when in reality, he lied about everything to her to make her feel good about him.
Since the meeting at the park, they noticed they were lying to each other about how they saw each other.
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