Harrison Bergeron Essay | Harrison Bergeron - Equality

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Harrison Bergeron - Equality

Summary: Examines the theme of equality in the Kurt Vonnegut short story Harrison Bergeron.
Equality, a fortune sought for by countless men, by countless communities, countries, and even, civilizations. In some places, a luxury only the rich can afford, and in others a right with which you are born. In Harrison Bergeron it is a right with which you are born but only for those who have an average intelligence, everyone else must wear handicaps to bring there intelligence or physical abilities down to par, is this really equality. A world in which those born with a gift, have I taken away from them by the time they can put it to its full use, a world in which people are slaves to their minds.

Human nature can be useful, but human nature can also be treacherous. In Harrison Bergeron it is supposedly a hierarchy free system, a land where everyone is the same and everyone is equal. It is...

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