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The following stories all contained dreams and disillusionments In the story written by Dick Gregory Shame a poor black child has a dream to be accepted in his society and is penalized for doing so Furthermore in the story Harrison Bergeron written by Kurt Vonnegut Jr depicts a story of a 14 year old boy living in a futuristic equal society wanting a change in the way he lived and was killed for doing so The last story The Kugelmass Episode written by Woody Allen is about Kugelmasss dream which turns into a terrible situation as he is stuck in an old Spanish textbook running for his life Each of the authors portrayed how the main characters vision consequentially put many hardships upon their lives Much disaster has been caused by peoples dreams blocking their reality This is shown in the story Shame In the story Shame written by Dick Gregory depicts himself a poor black boy living in a dream that he is like everyone else This causes him many different problems which hurt his existence Dick Gregory hates the way his life is and wants to live in a world which he creates in his head so that he can be accepted in his society and liked by girl of his dreams Helene Tucker He tells the reader how he washes his clothes everyday so that he wouldnt smell in class He also tells the reader how he would get sick a lot since he had to wear the clothes whether they were wet or dry due to the fact that those were the only clothes that he had He wanted to feel that he had a father and by doing that he would show off by topping off what Helene Tuckers father would give to the Community Chest The teacher was asking everyone how much his or her father would give and purposely skipped Dick Dick raises his hand and says You
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