Harrison Bergeron: The Life Of George And Harrison Bergeron
One April, fourteen year old son Harrison was taken away from their parents, George and Hazel Bergeron, by the handicapper general men. Even though the tragedy happened in their family, they …show more content…
Suddenly, Harrison enters the studio, making an earth to shake with his movement. He wears handicaps that no one ever worn before, and he has to wear about three hundred pounds of scrap metal. He also wears huge earphones instead of radio and spectacles with thick lenses. Also, he wears a red rubber ball for his nose, shave his eyebrows and caps for his teeth.
He tears off his handicaps and announces that everyone must obey him. Also he announces that first woman to volunteer will become his Empress. One of the ballerinas volunteers and joins him. Harrison removes handicaps from her, and also from musicians so he and her Empress can dance to music. They dance beautifully, leaping so high that they kiss the ceiling.
Suddenly, Diana Moon Glampers enters the studio and shoots Harrison and the Empress with a shotgun and kills them. And warns the musicians to wear their handicaps back, before she kills them too.
George has missed his son’s death on the television, because he was getting a beer in the kitchen. When he returned Hazel was crying and TV was burned out. But Hazel could not remember again why she was crying. George suggests to forget sad things. Hazel answered “I always