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19 October, 07:39

How does Harrison's removal of his handicaps develop the plot of the story?

A) Harrison inspires people to rebel against the government.

B) Harrison briefly shows people what is possible without handicaps.

C) Harrison's violent outburst makes the audience believe that handicaps are good.

D) Harrison makes his parents proud that he stood up for what is right.

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  1. 19 October, 08:04
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    the answer is a
  2. 19 October, 08:06
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    A) Harrison inspires people to rebel against the government.

    In the short story "Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Harrison removes all his handicaps meant to curb his handsome looks, strength and intelligence. He storms into the studio and says that he is the emperor of the world and everyone must obey him. He inspires the ballerinas to rebel against the government by saying that the first woman to stand up would be his mistress. Next he orders the musicians to play good music and offers them royalty on doing so. The removal of his handicaps is, thus, inspiring to people to rebel against the equality enforced by the constitution.
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