"Some things about living weren't quite right ,though.April for instance still drove people crazy by not being spring time. and it was that clammy month that the handicapper general men took George and Hazel Bergerons 14 year old son Harrison, away" (Vonneget 1).
"'Excuse me'-she said and she began again, making her voice absolutely uncompetative. 'Harrison Bergeron, age 14,' she said in a grackle squak, 'has escaped from jail,were he was held on suspicion of over throwing the government"' (Vonneget 5).
"'I am the Emperor!"'cried Harrison. "'do you hear? I am the Emperor ! everyone must do what I say at once!"' He stamped his foot and the studio shook. "'even as I stand here"'-he bellowed "'crippled,hobbled,sickened,I am a greater than any man who ever lived! now watch me become what I can become"' ( Vonneget 6).
Harrison tore the straps of his handicap harness like wet tissue paper, tore straps guaranteed to support 5 hundred pounds Harrisons iron handicapps crashed to the floor (Vonneget 6).
"'Harrison smashed his head phones and spectacles against the wall.He flung away his rubber ball nose ,revealed a man that would have awed thor, the god of thunder (Vonneget 7).