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Billy Bibbit derives his sense of self from other people in his life and allows society to determine how he views and treats himself.
Billy the mama’s boy. Billy the coward. Billy the misfit. All of these impressions of Billy Bibbit come from the world around him, but have over time greatly influenced his inner life.
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