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Essay | Contrasting "Harrison Bergeron" and "a Sound of Thunder"

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Contrasting "Harrison Bergeron" and "a Sound of Thunder"

Summary: Compares and contrasts the short stories "Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and "A Sound of Thunder" by Ray Bradbury. Details differences between the main characters of each story including intelligence levels, aspiration levels, and personality. Mentions major plot points of each story.
While analyzing "Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and "A Sound of Thunder" by Ray Bradbury, both two of the most remarkable short stories of all time, one would observe that they have distinct characteristics amongst Harrison and Eckels, the story's main characters. The ways that they differ include intelligence levels, aspiration levels, and personality.

Without the attribute of being intelligent, it is quite an obstacle for one to gain respect. Respect is the basis of American civilization; it is imperative for one to be intelligent to allow this to happen. Despite the fact that Harrison attempted to overthrow the government, he had gained respectful bonds with several people in the past whether or not they would like to admit the fact. Towards the end of the short story of "Harrison Bergeron," the ballerina begins announcing because the...

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