describe the figures watching television? How well do they represent George and Hazel?12Plot and Conflict lines 112 – 124:Why has Harrison been so handicapped by the government?13Grammar and Style: Reread line 138. Precise adjectives create images in the readers mind. Notice how Vonnegut uses the precise adjectives clanking, clownish, and huge to create a vivid image of Harrison’s appearance. Look for precise adjectives that appeal to many senses, including sight and sound in line 55, line 101, line 132, line 148 and line 154. Name the senses which these adjective appeal.14Plot and Conflict lines 142-158:Notice how Harrison views himself in relation to other people. How do his views put him in conflictwith the government?15Draw Conclusions: Lines 177-188: What words and phrases indicate how the narrator views this breaking of the laws? How does contribute to the author’s use of fantasy?16Plot and Conflict 189-207: How is the conflict resolved? What does Diana Moon Glampers do? How does George react to the events? Why does he hear the sound of a “riveting gun in his head”? What question does he ask Hazel? Why isher response a bit strange?17Reference the complete story: What is Vonnegut’s theme, and what are his recommendations. What social tendencies is he warning against in Harrison Bergeron? In your charts highlight the best support for your response. Now in your groups write an introduction and first body paragraph. Follow theinstructions in class for writing an analysis.