In "The First Seven Years" by Bernard Malamud, Feld's daughter Miriam has different dreams than her father because
A. she has been misguided by her life experience.
B. she must rebel against ...
... her father's values at any cost.
C. she has different priorities and passions than her father.
D. she prefers the materialism of Max to her father's idealism.
The answer is letter "D. she prefers the materialism of Max to her father's idealism."
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