Harrison Bergeron Dialogue Harrison’s Mother attempts to explain to Harrison why he must not try tobe better than anyone else. Harrson, come here please, your Father and I want to talk to you for amoment. He knew what it was about, his parents wanted to tell him why it’s not rightto be different from anyone else. He had heard them discussing it a little bit earlierthat evening. What do you need Mom? Well son we called you over here to express our concern for your foolishbehavior. What foolish behavior Mom? We know that you have a gift, and your eager to use your gift, but youhave to realize that it’s an unfair advantage other less privileged people. Ifeverybody was different than one another, the less fortunate people would be leftbehind and have less opportunities.
We have heard rumors that you have been using your skills to win cardgames at school. I don’t even think you should be playing cards at all, theyencourage you to stand out from others. Ok Mom but when can I use my talents. Only when your by your self and it’s not damaging to anyone else aroundyou. Ok, whatever Mom.
But it’s hard not to make things easier for my self.Sometimes I dont even try to use my gift, it just happens. I know dear but you have to try your hardest ok, his Mom said. Ok Mom I’ll do my best.