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Analysis of Fahrenheit 451

Summary: The style, structure, theme, plot, and more about the book Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
"Science fiction fans point to him with ill-concealed pride, for Bradbury, more than any other writer, has proved to the world that science fiction has come to age and deserves major critical attention" (Magill 749). Bradbury paints a picture of a futuristic society in the third person point of view in Fahrenheit 451. "Bradbury writes not of the impediments of science, but the effects of science and technology on human beings (Magill 749). Bradbury writes about futuristic models of human behavior and cultural beliefs, without much reference to the past or present cultures. All of Bradbury's techniques are evident in the famous novel Fahrenheit 451.

The novel, Fahrenheit 451 is about various firemen, who burn books instead of extinguishing house fires. In this society, to read a book is considered to be a dangerous and an illegal crime. Guy Montag, a firefighter of ten years, is happy with his profession until he...

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