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- Sure there would have been word of mouth, but things would have gotten so turned around that it would not have been our past anymore, it would have been a made up one. In the time of Shakespeare there were no televisions, not even close to that technology yet.
- In the book Fahrenheit 451 the author Ray Bradbury is concerned about many things and I think his fears are exaggerated. In the book he writes about a time in the future where firemen were paid to set books on fire. There are many fears that he has that are related to this.
- This book combines catchy description and well thought out characters to put together a gripping story that keeps the readers attention. It is interesting to see how a once controversial topic could create such a dystopia in one place.
- In the book Fahrenheit 451 the theme is a society/world that revolves around being basically brain washed or programmed because of the lack of people not thinking for themselves concerning the loss of knowledge, and imagination from books that don’t exist to them.
- One other similar characteristic in our society and the Fahrenheit 451 society is that more and more, our government is starting to turn the table in their direction and trying to make us conform to their ideology, along with censoring certain things out of our lives.
- FAHRENHEIT 451 by Ray BradburyA WORLD WITH NO BOOKS Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 was an interesting Science fiction thriller that provided anodd view on the censorship of books. Not just some books, but all books. An entire distortedculture and civilization where all books are prohibited.
- "Guy Montag enjoyed his job. He had been a fireman for ten years and he had never questioned the joy of the midnight runs, nor the joy of watching pages consumed by flames?never questioned anything until he met a seventeen-year-old girl who told him of a past when people were not afraid.
- Whenever he develops the desire, he can take away from his life the thing that is defeating it.
- 451 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature at which paper, more specifically books, burn. As a fireman living in a futuristic city, it is Guy Montag s job to see that that is exactly what happens. Ray Bradbury predicts in his novel Fahrenheit 451 that the future is without literature — everything from newspapers to novels to the Bible.
- Ray Bradbury s Fahrenheit 451 is a novel about a materialistic society that has forgotten social interaction with each other. This materialistic society is where Bradbury believed society today is headed. The materialistic society in Fahrenheit 451 created through Bradbury s cynic views of society.
- “Fahrenheit 451–the temperature at which book paper catches fire and burns…” (1). Greeting readers as they study the title page, this quote immediately intrigues the readers, even frightens them as they realize the rather fiery and explosive nature of the novel.
- From the first section of the novel, titled The Hearth and the Salamander you mostly get involved in the setting, and get in contact with the characters. I believe the author gives very attention-grabbing and outstanding descriptions of the characters in this novel, which include, Guy Montage, Clarisse McClellan, Mildred Montag, The ?Operators?, Captain Beatty, Stoneman and Black, the old woman, Professor Faber, Mrs.
- Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury is a futuristic novel, taking the reader to a time where books and thinking are outlawed. In a time so dreadful where those who want to better themselves by thinking and by reading are outlaws as well. Books are burned physically, and ideas are burned from the mind.
- Wow it s hot in here; look even those books are starting to burn. That means it must be around 451 degrees Fahrenheit because that s the temperature at which book paper catches fires and burns . In Fahrenheit 451 the nice old community fireman are changed into a futuristic squad of government policing.
- John F. Kennedy once said, ” Conformity is jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” This quote relates directly to the novel Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury. According to this statement, when a person is told how to live their own lives they often forget to make their own decisions, and they are no longer their own person.
- She wanted all four walls to have TV?s, so that not only would her ?family? be complete, but also so that they could join the ranks of the ?higher? society. This is a major example of how vain Mildred is.
- Fire is a symbol of many things in this story. It symbolizes hate because of the way fire is used to burn the books. These books were once loved but are now hated because they are being burned. Fire also symbolizes ignorance and illiteracy because the people could have saved books but they were too lazy to want to read them.
- Fahrenheit 451 Fahrenheit 451, the temperature at which book-paper catches fire, and burns. A goodwarning for aspiring librarians! In Ray Bradbury’s futuristic fiction Fahrenheit 451, we are facedwith the issues of book burning and censorship, also with the problems that the ignorance causedby these two things creates.
- Fahrenheit 451 is one of Ray Bradbury’s most famous, wonderfully crafted accomplishments. The book was first published in 1933, and its story entails a futuristic world in the middle of a nuclear war. The totalitarian government of this future forbids its people from reading or taking a part in other acts that involve individual thinking.
- A world without books that moves at breakneck speed may sound like a wonderful world for the average student who dreads reading books and watches mounds of television daily. It is a world where one does not need to worry oneself with knowing Shakespeare or Thoreau.