Essay on Fahrenheit 451 And The Pedestrian By Ray Bradbury

1130 Words Apr 10th, 2016 null Page
Throughout literature and film we come across many different types of dystopias. Some that we have all seen or read that you would not even notice the dystopian qualities it consists of. The few I have found are Fahrenheit 451 and The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury, 1984 by George Orwell, and WALL-E made by Disney. All of these sources do infact connect in one way, they are dystopias, I link 1984 and WALL-E together, many believe that WALL-E is not a dystopian film but many things point to it representing one. While that fat people in WALL-E do not live a life considered miserable, there does seem to be a common trend among the people abroad Axiam, boredom. Boredom is simply one of the most miserable feelings anybody can feel, Another feeling that could consider their lives miserable is the environment in which they live in. The environment of earth in WALL-E is miserable because there 's almost nothing left of earth. When you live in a bad environment your mood is most likely to be poor.WALL-E ( waste allocation load lifter earth class) is left to restore earth. While to many this movie is not placed in a dystopian society, I firmly believe it is, WALL-E is living in a dystopian society, creating a miserable environment and lifestyle, leaving it up to one to restore earth to its greatness. Disney made WALL-E with and underlying meaning that is not obvious for all to see. When WALL-E first came out everyone was expecting the same thing Disney always produced.…

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