Eng Comp 2 research paper 4

Eng Comp 2 research paper 4 - Glamocak4 Vonnegut shows the...

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Unformatted text preview: Glamocak4 Vonnegut shows the flaws of a society like this. The mind of this author thought more in depth than regular people, for he knew a society like this would not be able to work. Many feelings circulate throughout this story. A feeling of seriousness is conveyed by the narrator. His tone and language shows a person in this society, not critical of anything or anyone else, syn/just tells the story as is. No emotion or feeling is showed by the narrator throughout this story. Also, the feeling of sadness from Harrison’s parents not being able to remember “0/ anything about him. He was taken away and sent to jail grid neither of his parents could remember because of their handicaps. And he was later shot to death on national television as his parents watched it all happen, but once again they could not remember it due to their handicaps. The sadness felt when Hazel says, “It’s all kind of mixed up in my mind” (Kennedy 219) shows the struggle Hazel and George deal with when they try to think about their son Harrison. Whenever George tries to think about his son, “a twenty—one gun salute in his head stopped that” (Kennedy 217). The device he wore in his ear made different loud noises whenever he tried to think more or about things the government did not want him to think about. The twenty—one gun salute could have been a foreshadowing of Harrison’s death. When he thought about the ballerinas he would hear a different noise in his ear to shatter his thoughts. So, the twenty-one gun ...
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