Identify and discuss the significance of the narrative point of view of "Harrison Bergeron."

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The narrative point of view employed in "Harrison Bergeron " is third person omniscient.  It should also be noted that the narrator poses judgements on the occurrences in the story.  For example, at the beginning of the story, the narrator defines the...

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