Smore Project

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Summary

In" Harrison Bergeron and "The lottery" The First similarity is that both of these dystopian stories demonstrate how people force themselves in a d tradition that they have been told to follow even if they have an option to seek for a change and explore the negative consequence of the mob rule. In both stories , individuals with the community fail to think independently and refuse to question their precongeved traditions and beliefs. In "The lottery" we found a village which is blinded by the fact that they have maintained an old practice without even questioning its purpose or its rationale. In "Harrison Bergeron" anyone who has more strength or intelligence than normal must suffer under the burded of extra handicaps.

Thesis Statement

Citizens Should be able to vote in elections by demonstrating choice of a new leader. we need a new leader because we need to have new laws.

Quote & Analylis The Lottery

Quote: "Watson" The tall boy came awkwardly through the crowd. Someone said, "Don't be nervous, Jack," and Mr. Summers said, "Take your time, son."(Shirley 5). Analysis: This Quote Means The tall boy was standing an awkward way through the crowd.

Quote & Analysis Harrison Bergeron

Quote: "A buzzer sounded in George's head. His thoughts fled in panic, like bandits from a burglar alarm"( Kurt Vonnegut 1).

Analysis: This Quotes means a buzzer sounded in George's head.

Conclusion

Citizens Should be able to vote in elections because not voting when you have the right to is disrespectful to a lot of people. It disrespects those that fought and struggled for the right to vote and not be discriminated against, because to not vote is to not value the contribution and sacrifice that they made for all of us.