How does the setting in “Harrison Bergeron” affect George? A. George becomes distracted by media before he is able to formulate a thou

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How does the setting in “Harrison Bergeron” affect George?
A. George becomes distracted by media before he is able to formulate a thought,
B. George wears ankle chains that prevent him from connecting meaningfully with society.
C. George has become more loving toward his wife now that they are finally equal.
D. George has no need for human interaction due to television programming.

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2022-04-09T16:19:53+00:00 1 Answer 0

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  1. Maya
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    2022-04-09T16:21:26+00:00

    Answer:

    The correct answer is option A.

    Explanation:

    In “Harrison Bergeron”, the characters have to wear a little device that prevent them from using their capacities. In the case of George, Harrison’s father, he is distracted by media before he is able to formulate a thought. That is why, when Harrison is arrested their parents are watching the event on the TV but none of them has a reaction. George does not react because he is preventing from thinking and his wife because she cannot even remember what she has seen on TV.

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