Communication And Identity In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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Imagine if our society were to be like Fahrenheit 451 where technology slowly ruined the freedom of thought, communication and emotions. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a very interesting science fiction book that describes a society that is way different from ours.They have strict rules and orders which means that they can’t read books nor have freedom of thought. Technology is a huge replacement. Bradbury’s warning is telling us that technology is starting to control us and it’s doing way too much for us that we slowly start to lose the same amount of communication we had with people, we do less thinking and it distracts us from reality.

Happiness and Identity places a big role in person’s life. It changes the way a person lives and thinks. In this part of the book, Montag starts to realize that he doesn 't know his true identity. Bradbury says,“ He wore his happiness like a mask and the girl had run off across the lawn with the mask and there was no way of going to knock on her door and ask for it back.” (Bradbury 9).”This evidence shows that Montag discovered that he wasn’t happy. He hided all his sadness and when he met Clarisse,
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Their society is very violent. Clarisse says, “I’m afraid of children my own age. They kill each other ( Bradbury 27).¨ In their society they don’t have emotions so they think it’s ok to kill each other and it’s getting out of control. This evidence shows that they don’t care about anything since they kill each other without feeling guilty. This is important because if they are killing each other, it means they don’t have respect for eachother. This support my claim because they don’t have a limit so they do what feels right. Bradbury’s warning is that they will never be happy if their society keeps on killing each other. They don 't have a very good communication like we do in our

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