"harrison Bergeron"

24 Questions  I  By Jfinney
A quiz on Vonnegut's short story "Harrison Bergeron"

  
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1.  Diana Moon Glampers held the title "Handicapper General".
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2.  One reason people had to wear ear pieces (handicaps) is so that they wouldn't remember anything.
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3.  The ballerina had to wear a hideous mask:
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4.  What is Hazel's relationship to Harrison?
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5.  Harrison took off his handicaps because:
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6.  What is Hazel's reaction to Harrison's death?
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7.  What is theme?
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8.  Who wrote "Harrison Bergeron"?
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9.  To infer means to:
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10.  Kurt Vonnegut died in 2002.
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11.  Harrison is described as clinking, clowish, and huge when he walks into the studio.
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12.  We can infer from Vonnegut's assignation of hideous masks to physically beautiful people that people in this dystopia:
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13.  What idea is shown when the Handicapper General takes over the TV station?
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14.  If Hazel was Handicapper General, what would she want to do every Sunday?
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15.  The author was born in:
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16.  What did Harrison exclaim when removing his handicaps?
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17.  How did Harrison die?
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18.  Is Harrison's main conflict internal or external?
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19.  Why do people in "Harrison Bergeron" have to wear handicaps?
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20.  In what year does the story take place?
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21.  Why does George have handicaps?
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22.  Harrison was 14 when he was taken away from his parents.
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23.  Hazel has many handicaps.
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24.  A dystopia is a place of bliss, peace, and beauty.
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