Family, Equalization And Society In Harrison Bergeron By Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

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The three classifications of the novel Harrison Bergeron is Family, Equalization and society.
So an overview of Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is telling how in harrison bergeron everybody has to be equal and had to be equal every which way. Therefore nobody was better looking than anybody else which Diana moon glamper the handicapper general did. So there was no competition. In the dystopian literature of harrison bergeron there are numerous topics of the novel so the classifications are Family and how they were cared and then the Equalization and finally how society was in the novel and how they were treated. In addition, about the family in harrison bergeron was tough because harrison was taken away and their parents cared for him therefore harrison was taken away by the government by trying to overthrow the government, and his parents were dejected and miserable because they couldn’t do anything about it. “And it was that clammy month that the H-G men took george and hazel Bergeron fourteen year old son harrison away. It was all tragic, all right george and hazel couldn’t think about it very hard. (Harrison bergeron, kurt vonnegun jr., Page 1). This quote is effective because it’s talking about when they took harrison away from their parents which made them very miserable and you can see their parents cared for harrison so much but couldn’t do anything about it. As another commentary as said “Something real sad happened on television, what was is it
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