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While she does a good job in attracting attention, she only shares a conversation with the local pharmacist, Bearse Hinkley.
Susanne who is used to all the attention which the villagers give her is unaccustomed to hearing anything but praise. However, the moment occurs when Corporal Norman Fuller is in town after his return from Korea. Fuller, who does not happen to know Susanne, confronts her with the reality as she walks past the town and onto the drugstore in her usual manner. But something is different – Fuller speaks to her how no one has before. Fuller tells her how her enticing gestures are just meant to show them off to men. But if a man ever asked her to hold his hand, she would refuse. In the midst of his own loneliness and pain, Fuller articulates how women like Susanne only stir men but never make them happy because they are not meant to stay.
In his book In Persuasion Nation, George Saunders has presented a satirical account of modern life in the presence of technology, consumerism, advertising, and giant corporations. He provides an insight into the modern fast paced life and how it has impacted social interactions and relationships. The use of humor is evident and it is used to create an ironic environment where the tragedy mixes with humor. Saunders considers the daily life of an average American in the presence of giant corporations, deceptive advertising campaigns, and a civilized culture that does everything but make life pleasant. In his book, Saunders has highlighted life in the brave new world characterized by declining value systems.
Greedy monetization is one aspect Saunders sheds light on in his book which deceptive advertising promoted to make people believe something which is not true. Moreover, the book humorously reflects on the decline in honesty and sincerity in between friends. In a skillfully subtle manner, Saunders shows how shameless capitalization and the
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