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Three Books That Should Be Saved

Summary: Discusses the three books that should be saved if the world of "Farenheit 451", written by, Bradbury, were a reality.
In a world where all books must be burned society should save three. Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens contains potent messages about money, life, and greed. Also, William Golding's book, The Lord of the Flies needs to be saved because of its exceedingly important theme of human's capacity for evil and his/her ultimate isolation and loneliness. Society should definitely salvage Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare. This book has an extremely momentous theme about true love, fate, and misery. These three books would be intensely beneficial, and must be rescued from the firemen.

First, Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens needs to be preserved because it has an excellent theme. It recounts the life story of a boy named Pip. As the story proceeds, various incidents happen to him. Later in his life Pip, receives money from a mysterious benefactor, and the money changes...

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