Fahrenheit 451 Essay | Relationships in "Fahrenheit 451"

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Relationships in "Fahrenheit 451"

Summary: Essay consists of a book review of "Fahrenheit 451."
Relationships in the world tumble and fall, and when that happens, new relationships form again, either to be better or worst. This is needed in the world or else society could be totally changed or even fall and die. Eventually, it rebuilds again to do better or worst than it did before. This relates very well to the book Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. There are many changes throughout the book that can symbolize how the society is today. Relationships between people change through time, behavior, and attitude, in which the result of it can be rewarding or be disastrous.

When a relationship changes, the result can be rewarding. For example, when society finds out that Montag, a fireman, was hiding books in his house, the authorities come to arrest him, he resists, and is chased out of the city, escaping the nuclear bomb strike (121). This shows that...

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