Point of View:
Describe the setting
A very calm, mellow setting. In an environment without competition. Takes place in 2081, where everybody is finally equal.
Type of Conflict:
Man Vs. Man
Man Vs. Society
Describe the main conflict:
That the world and handicapped and that certain people don't like that. Describe the Climax of the Story:
When Harrison escapes from jail.
How does the Protagonist change over the course of the story? He was in jail before but broke out and removed his handicaps. How does the main conflict help to illustrate the theme?
world without diversity is boring.
How does the climax help to illustrate the theme?
When Harrison barged into the studio and took off his handicaps, it showed that not all humans could stay the same and that there was bound to be competition in the world even if there are laws in saying that everybody must be the same. Simile:
"Harrison tore the straps of his handicap harness like wet tissue paper." Metaphor:
"The rest of Harrison's appearance was Halloween."
"But Harrison looked like a walking junkyard."
Foreshadowing (give both elements):
".. -I am a great ruler than any man who ever lived! Now watch me become what I can become!" Irony:
"Gee - I could tell that one was a doozy," said Hazel.
"You can say that again," said George.
"Gee - " said Hazel "I could tell that one was a doozy."
When Harrison "The Emperor" and the Empress were in the air kissing the ceiling and each other. This brought a romantic image to my head. 1. What has guaranteed equality in the story?
The Handicap General ensures that there is equality throughout the nation. 3. What has happened to Harrison and why?
He was taken away to jail because of his genius and athletic abilities. 4. How has the government made George and Hazel equal? What does George have to wear? And what does this do? Hazel had no handicap, she just had...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document