Analysis Of Ray Bradbury 's ' Fahrenheit 451 ' Essay

1037 Words May 26th, 2016 5 Pages
Was it really a pleasure to burn. Ray Bradbury a writer who has written a lot of short stories as well as novels which made him quite successful. However his greatest work was his novel Fahrenheit 451 which reflects his greatest fear of society no longer seeing books as evil and were outlawed which is why they result to burning them. All the events within the story display a message of ignorance,blind obedience,censorship,effort,as well as seeing the importance of books. Bradbury 's fear of society ending up like his novel maybe becoming more of a reality than fiction.
Society in the novel no longer see the books as valuable and instead label them as evil and society in the real world may be headed in the same direction because books are being ignored and not only that but the number of people reading greatly decreases. In Fahrenheit 451 Montag begins to question his society 's beliefs after becoming witness to a protesful suicide which makes him insist that”There must be something within books that we cannot see you don’t just die for nothing”. Everything has a meaning behind it regardless of what it is for it can change the lives of all those who wish to learn about it. People are willing to die for what they believe in and by doing so may inspire other to question why they did it therefore making them to make a change. The society in the real world is no longer seeing the value within the books due to how many people are refusing to read books as proven by the article…

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