Fahrenheit 451 Harrison Bergeron Analysis

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Guy Montag and Harrison Bergeron developed throughout their individual stories by interacting with their individual authority figures and antagonists. Both Harrison and Montag follow their societies rules then end up rebelling against both their society and the main antagonist. While Montag escapes the antagonist at the end of his novel, Harrison ends up getting caught and murdered by the main antagonist of his short story. Both protagonists stand up to the authority figure except one is successful in overthrowing their society while the other one is defeated. The author’s choices in F451 and Harrison Bergeron are similar yet different. Both novels use a very descriptive choice of words. In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury uses descriptive