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Fahrenheit 451

Summary: The world of Fahrenheit 451 has many disadvantages, if we are not careful, our world could eventually lead to something like it. It is important that our society have the least amount of censorship as possible, that way we can keep our expression and our individuality at hand.
Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury contains a complex story about a society in which many things are different than the one we have come to know today. The story presented by Bradbury has many themes; among them are political correctness, happiness, entertainment, censorship, and many more. Although this book was written in mid 20th century, some of the inventions and ideas from this book have come into existence. This brings about the question of where our society is headed in the future.

One of the not so evident themes in this book is the topic of happiness. In the story, Montag's friend Faber, the former college professor discusses three things a person needs for true happiness. He basically states that a person needs quality information with depth, leisure time to digest the information and think, and the right to carry out actions based on what we learn from the interaction...

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