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M1S7A2 Close Reading Letter “Harrison Bergeron”Part 1: Complete the evidence chart below. Use the notes you compiled while reading and answering the text dependent questions in the M1.S8.A1 - Dystopia Study Guide.Column AEvidenceQuote or paraphraseColumn BPage/paragraphnumberColumn CHow does Vonnegut use thesentences in column A to warnhis readers of the potentialdrawbacks of a truly “equal”society? (Consider word choiceand characterization)“You been so tired lately—kind of wore out,” said Hazel. “If therewas just some way we could make a little hole in the bottom of the bag, and just take out of few of them lead balls.”Hazel’s speaking suggests that she is “of average intelligence,” which paints a picture of what equality looks like in a society. These choice of words develop Hazel’s character and contribute to his theme.“George was toying with the vague notion that maybe dancers shouldn’t be handicapped. But he didn’t get very far with it before another

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