Analysis Of Kurt Vonnegut 's ' Harrison Bergeron '

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In “Harrison Bergeron” Kurt Vonnegut reveals the truth about world. Vonnegut farther explains how humankind is controlled by America’s first amendment of everyone being created equal. The main character of the story, also a protagonist Harrison Bergeron aims to let the world know what is truly happening to them. He is killed by an antagonist Dianna Moon Clampers who is a handicapper general. The futuristic short story is written in a third person omniscient. It’s told y a narrator who seems to know every step of the characters, and their internal thoughts and motives. In the year of 2081 the gifted beauty, intelligence, and strong look of humankinds are required to wear masks, radios, and heavy weight at all times. With the world constantly approaching for equality amount people, Vonnegut shows the world that humanity is conscientiously working toward. Vonnegut Through the story Vonnegut reveals Diana moon Glapers and Harrison Bergeron as the two extremes; too equal or too unfair. In the short story” Harrison Bergeron” Vonnegut uses mood and tone as a way to express the theme.
The Short store “Harrison Bergeron” starts by very dark mood when Vonnegut describes Handicaps and humankind as a whole. The person who’s reading the story can tell that Vonnegut does not support this kind of equality and his tone is just about ironic. When Harrison breaks out from jail the story takes on a more pleasant mood. Vonnegut describes dancing in a beam and joyful way. Eventually in the
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