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"Fahrenheit 451" - Ray Bradbury

Summary: This essay discusses the main themes of 'Knowledge vs. Ignorance' and Social conditioning, in "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a thought-provoking insight into what our future may become. Seen predominantly through the eyes of the main character, a fireman named Guy Montag, this novel illustrates that happiness and complete ignorance are not the same thing.

This novel is set in the future where books are burned because they are believed to be the world's sole source of unhappiness. The main character, a fireman (whose job it is to burn the books) named Guy Montag realises that this is not true and sets off on a journey to save his world. In the end Montag finds himself without a wife or home travelling with a walking camp and memorising books until the day the world rediscovers them.

The main themes in this novel are Knowledge versus Ignorance, Captivity of the mind and Social Conditioning. The people in Montag's society...

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