Cultural differences in the United States have always impacted personal relationships, sometimes for the good, but also for the bad. Lenny and Eunice’s cultural variances were no different. Lenny Abramov was a 39-year-old man who worked in Indefinite Life Extension at Post-Human Services, which allowed the wealthy and the healthy—known as High Net Worth Individuals—to become immoral. Lenny is a self-deprecating Russian-American Jewish male, who is self-conscious about his appearance, uselessly well educated, passionate, neither old nor young, and helplessly prone to error. Eunice Park, on the other hand, is a 24-year-old young Korean-American woman who is constantly struggling with materialism and the pressures of her ...
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...conservative ways of communicating in order to stay in touch with her family and friends while she was away from them.
In the end, culture, media, business, and technology impacted the personal relationship thoughout Super Sad True Love Story for the worse. Lenny and Eunice ended things; Eunice left Lenny for Joshie. Noah and Amy were killed in an explosion on a ferryboat during “The Rupture.” Joshie’s Indefinite Life Extension took a turn for the worse. His body could not withstand immortality, and he began to whither away just like the Low Net Worth Individuals. Lenny left the United States and never married anybody. His heart was truly broken by Eunice leaving him for what seemed to be a newer model. All in all, everybody got what they deserved and the world continued on with the advancements in technology, although books did make a comeback in the near future.
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