Although differences in brains, beauty, and brawn are a matter that should not be tied down, there needs to be a limit. Essentially, by having this kind of superficial Ausk equality, no one would flourish, and everything would always stay the same.
This story elucidates a dystopian society that is derived of its individuality and is expected to conform to authorities. This is more like a dictatorship than something to be happy about. The short story revolves around a couple named Hazel and her handicapped husband George watching ballerinas dance on television.
When comparing her to the great force that is Harrison, or the great beauty of the ballerina, again, she does not stand out. Harrison Bergeron is and absurdly handsome, strong, genius who outpaces his peers.
Satire can be defined as any work in which a human vice or folly is attacked with irony or sarcasm. Hunter Baker Vonnegut suggests that if the idea of equality is taken too literally people will be forced to be equal in appearance, behavior, and achievement which is irrational and illogical.