Fahrenheit 451 Essay | "every Act of Creation, Is First an Act of Destruction." in Relation to Fahrenheit 451

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"every Act of Creation, Is First an Act of Destruction." in Relation to Fahrenheit 451

Summary: Although the deaths and destruction throughout Fahrenheit 451 can be seen very pessimistically, they can also be seen in quite a positive light; every act of destruction should be replaced by an act of creation. Every act of creation is first an act of destruction.
"Every act of creation, is first an act of destruction."

- Pablo Picasso

Since nothing can be created without first destroying what was previously there, the very ironic statement "Every act of creation, is first an act of destruction," makes more sense that would be expected of a quote by Pablo Picasso. So although the deaths and destruction of people and objects throughout Fahrenheit 451 can be seen very pessimistically, if we apply this idea, they can also be seen in quite a positive light; every act of destruction should be replaced by an act of creation.

The whole act of the firemen burning books relates perfectly to the quote; the firemen believe that in order to create a perfect society in which everyone is happy, it is their job to destroy the books. Books...

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