Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury Essay

922 Words Sep 20th, 2015 4 Pages
Writing is a way to communicate with others. The authors always use their writing to spread the message that they intentionally want to share. Ray Bradbury is one of them. He wrote Fahrenheit 451, a classic world literature of future dystopian. It is about Guy Montag, a fireman who burns the most illegal commodity called the book. He lives in a world of people that are not allowed to read books, enjoy nature, think independently, spend time by themselves, or have meaningful conversations. Based on the novel Fahrenheit 451 written by Bradbury, the author conveys useful, hidden message through his words. The primary purpose of him to write this novel is to warn people about several threats to humanity. Three prevalent threats implied by Bradbury are generally concerning on knowledge, technology, and freedom. One of the significant purposes of Bradbury was to tell people the important of knowledge. In Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury clearly shows us how the world without books would look like. With no book, the society would be lacking knowledge, living in ignorant and fear. They also became a narrow-minded person and a pessimist. Knowledge is very important because it allow people to advance to a better life. There are many ways to gain knowledge, and books are the primary source of knowledge. Like what is said by Faber to Montag, "Books were only one type or receptacle where we stored a lot of things we were afraid we might forget. There is nothing magical in them at all. The…

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