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Essay | Love in Fahrenheit 451

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Love in Fahrenheit 451

Summary: Explores the different types of love manifested in the futuristic society created in Ray Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451.
"All you need is love." The Beetles said it best. And that rings true today, yet the sad truth is that some societies are lacking love of any kind, such as the society portrayed in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit451. That `futuristic' world has no love between families, no love for other people; they don't even appreciate their own lives! These people take so many things for granted it sickens me. It's absolutely unfathomable to me how cruel and unfeeling they are. Only those brave people like Clarisse and Faber were able to resist the fast-paced, quick fix life that was swirling and dragging around them. Let us hope that we are able to resist the centrifuge, and take them as our models.

The families in Farenheit 451 are pathetic. First, look at the relationship between the Montags. Millie is such a zombie and an automaton. She never turns off...

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