Harrison Bergeron And The Metaphor, By Kurt

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The age of adolescence, is what I find to believe, the age of rebelliousness. As we make the transition from being a child, to an adult, we start to make our own decisions. No longer do we listen to the constant blabbering of someone telling us, what is right, and what is wrong for us. Instead, we break free from the ones controlling us, and find our own path, rather than travelling in the direction they are pushing us towards. From a young age, we must learn how to make our own judgement of things, and learn how to fend for ourselves. We cannot rely on others to guide us through life forever. Nor should we let them control, or influence our thoughts. This is the message that the author’s of, “Harrison Bergeron”, and, “The Metaphor”, by Kurt
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