Disintegrate In Society In Fahrenheit 451, By Ray Bradbury

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Society: Do not let it disintegrate

The society we live in differed from person to person, yet everyone could agree that it have to be strong to support everyone and everyday on the way of living their life’s and communicating. In Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, A man in a dystopian society decides to become a rebel to break the rules that they have been living by their whole life. He started to understand and realizing that his life and everyone else’s is corrupt. Bradbury is trying to sends out messages that can be taken as warnings or threats for the future. He wants people today to understand and know about the possible dangers in our community and the whole world. One particular message the story is trying to send out to society is that society itself has destroys everyone’s dreams and goals when they forces everybody to be the same, not giving them enough
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This is evident in all couples in the novel, especially Guy and Mildred’s marriage. One of them can see that Montag gets frustrated and mad with his wife when she is always paying more attention to her television and not her own family or the interest of her husband. One time his feelings are starting to get hurt by her lack of affection: “Does your ‘family’ love you, love you very much, love you with all their heart and soul, Millie?” (Bradbury 77). The question baffles her. He then storms out and she continues watching her show. It is obvious; their relationship is in trouble because of the new technological advancements. Marriage in general is something very Passionnment in their society. The impact this would have on society is bad and very bad because relationships are what keep us communicating and happiness and peace. Marriage must be based on love, because love makes people happy, and happy brings dreams and goals and joy. Society would ruin itself if their relationships were pointless and only one side is trying to make it

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