Fahrenheit 451 Essay | Their World, or Our World?

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Their World, or Our World?

Summary: Essay provides a comparison of the world in the novel "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury to the realistic world.

As people read Fahrenheit 451, it can scare them because many topics in this book relates directly to their lives. When they read about the Mechanical Hound, they could remember the Sony AIBO; a mechanical dog that replicates most characteristics of a dog. Although it does not kill, it may replace the police dog in the future. In Fahrenheit 451, the world that Montag lives in bears many resemblances to our own. People are starting to think less, and technology is taking control of our lives.

Beatty describes to Montag that the government tries to keep everyone happy. Like today's commercials trying to show that a certain product is not only for one minority, "You must understand that our civilization is so vast that we can't have our minorities upset and stirred" (59). If people can take time to notice TV shows or magazines, they can notice how...

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