Fahrenheit 451 Essay | "Fahrenheit 451" in Our Present Time

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"Fahrenheit 451" in Our Present Time

Summary: Essay discusses the novel "Fahrenheit 451" in our present time.
Fahrenheit 451... is the temperature at which books burn? This story takes the reader into the future, where nobody needs books anymore. Books may ask questions that often lead to revolution. According to the Ray Bradbury's knowledge of the past, which is recorded in books, can prevent us from making similar mistakes in the present and the future. In Fahrenheit 451, the books are prohibited by government laws and the job of the firemen is to start fires instead of putting them out. The main character Guy Montag was different from the other firemen because he showed the reader that he wanted to change the bad habit of burning books. He showed us how important books are in our life. Today what we see in our present world can be compared with the world in "Fahrenheit 451."

One night, while Montag is walking home from a...

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