Characteristics Of Harrison Bergeron
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He demanded.” (Pg.3), making him seem slightly friendlier. Although, Harrison was still demanding towards others besides the ballerina, which made him look more deleterious than friendly. Furthermore, the civilization may have seen Harrison as a sort of leader to them, “He is a genius…” (Pg.2). However, the civilization would think it is a threat since they believe everyone should be equally the same. Lastly, Harrison was intrepid to be able to stand up against a government, which took away any kind of individualism, “…suspicion of plotting to overthrow the government.” (Pg.2). Although, everyone could enjoy the civilization in its present state, which makes Harrison deleterious to the civilization’s government.
Therefore, to the civilization Harrison Bergeron is more of a hazard to all citizens suggested by his actions. So, Harrison was an enormous hazard that happened to have broken out of jail as a rebellious citizen. As a result, Harrison was rebellious due to his beliefs of what the government should be and plotted to overthrow the