THIS USER ASKED 👇
Read the excerpt from “harrison bergeron.” read the excerpt from “harrison bergeron.””all of a sudden you look so tired,” said hazel. “why don’t you stretch out on the sofa, so’s you can rest your handicap bag on the pillows, honeybunch.” she was referring to the forty-seven pounds of birdshot in a canvas bag, which was padlocked around george’s neck. “go on and rest the bag for a little while,” she said. “i don’t care if you’re not equal to me for a while.”george weighed the bag with his hands. “i don’t mind it,” he said. “i don’t notice it any more. it’s just a part of me.”this dialogue between george and hazel portrays george as astatic character because he has accepted society’s rules and does not try to challenge them. dynamic character because he makes sacrifices so that hazel can feel good about herself. static character because he does not report hazel to the handicapper general for her suggestion. dynamic character because he needs handicaps to control his strength and intelligence.
THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER 👇
The correct answer is “This dialogue between George and Hazel portrays George as a static character because he has accepted the rules of society and does not try to challenge them”.
George’s behavior conforms to the social norms established by the uniform society in which he lives. It is trained to be monitored so the canvas bag does not add extra weight to it. As his words show “I don’t notice it anymore. It’s just a part of me,” the naturalized device is part of his body and as a static character he stays the same without making internal changes.