Comparing Anthem And Harrison Bergeron

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Man Can Never Be Equal “Life is about family and technology” (Mark Goddard). This quote was chosen because family and technology both play a vital part in both stories Anthem and Harrison Bergeron. A dystopia is the opposite of a utopia and is usually characterized by a totalitarian society. Totalitarian society is a society in which nearly every aspect of public and private behavior is regulated by the state. Both stories: Harrison Bergeron and Anthem are pieces of dystopian literature with similarities and differences between family and technology. Family in Harrison Bergeron is very different from family in Anthem. In the story of Harrison Bergeron, family is legal, “George and Hazel were watching television” (Vonnegut 1).
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