In Jonathan Franzen's bestselling novel, Freedom, Jessica, the main characters' college age daughter, takes on her father's assistant, Lalitha: “I'm a young person. … OK? I'm the young person here. Do you get it?” “Yes! Of course. … All I'm saying is I'm not so old myself, you know.” “You're twenty-seven!” “That's not young?” “How old were you when you got your first cell phone? When did you start going online?” “I was in college. But, Jessica Listen — “ “There's a big difference ...

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