Essay about Analysis Of Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

1235 Words Nov 22nd, 2015 5 Pages
Present Dystopia How would society appear if technology did not exist? There is considerably much more to life than just technology. Following a delicious meal, everyone takes their places on the couch in the living room. One by one, the cellphones come out. iPhones, Androids, and various tablets as well. Almost everyone was on a technological device of some sort. The house became as quiet as a deep abyss. This is a common but astonishing occurance; technology really has broken the bonds between families and friends. The novel Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury depicts a future where a high demand for technological advancement has educational books engulfed in flames. As a result, this bizarre society is constantly using technology, which creates a distance amongst families and friends. Likewise, the article “Girls abandon dolls for Web-based toys”, written by Lini Kadaba, elucidates how playing online games and with virtual pets is favoured over playing with ordinary dolls. Kids are glued to technology for the majority of the day and so as a result, this gives them insufficient time to spend with their families and friends. They also have a decreased desire to do so, as technology triumphs family in terms of entertainment. The bonding amidst families and friends is lacking because the demand for technology has increased significantly over the past years. This high demand has weakened human connection further by allowing children to be increasingly raised by…

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