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"Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut and "The Lottery" by Shirrley Jackson
Quote/Analysis "Harrison Burgeon"
Quote: Clanking, clownish, and huge, Harrison stood - in the center of the studio.
Analysis: This shows and describes the handicaps Harrison had to wear but ended up getting killed.
Quote/Analysis "The Lottery"
Quote: "It wasn't fair," Tessie Said
Analysis: Mrs. Hutchinson was killed because of the lottery, her named was pulled and she was stoned. Every citizen was entered into the lottery and threatened to be stoned.
In the lottery Mrs. Hutchinson and her family was put into lottery, but only her name was pulled so she brought up her children name so the could get stoned instead of her. She ended up getting stones anyways and her children laughed.
In Harrison Bergeron, Harrison was given handicaps. Harrison and some other citizens were giving handicaps because the government seen them as better than others so the handicaps made him less handsome.
Equal Rights For Citizens
All citizens should be equal and everyone should have there own rights.