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Fahrenheit 451 and Technology

Summary: Ray Bradbury FAHRENHEIT 451

Do you think that living in a technical world would destroy society? Well, in Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451, technology is very advanced and seems to get people's attention. "You're not important. You're not anything" (Bradbury 163). This quote makes you realize that technology is taking over humans and the world has to do something about it.


Do you think that living in a technical world would destroy society? Well, in Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451, technology is very advanced and seems to get people's attention. "You're not important. You're not anything" (Bradbury 163). This quote makes you realize that technology is taking over humans and the world has to do something about it.

Many people think that technology would be the solution for all worldwide problems, but don't you think it would probably make them worse? People believe that if technology gets more advanced it would end society because people would probably forget about everything. Bradbury thinks that with technology surrounding us, people will stop reading books. If people stop reading books they will forget about things that are extremely important, which include history, how and why people act in different ways, how life began, and other things that are important today but with technology they...

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