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Fahrenheit 451

An in-depth examination of the many conflicts within the Ray Bradbury novel, Fahrenheit 451.
by

Zubin Mulji

on 1 June 2010

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Transcript of Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 Zubin Mulji (Ray Bradbury) Montag's Conflicts become Yours You start to question your fellow firemen Why was burning books
so important? You never questioned your job to start fires. You enjoy the night rides and watching books be consumed by the flames. Until one night, when a woman chooses to die with her books rather than be arrested... What did books do
that was so bad? Imagine
realizing you must go against all your firemen, and society, that everyone you've ever known is wrong. How could you rebel against a belief as strong as a marching army? mkk Wouldn't your sudden interest make you curious about books? Think of society as a disciplined, marching army Over a period of time you've snuck a book or two home. Simple words printed with ink on some pieces of paper? What harm can it do? Enough to get your house burned down... Your wife is gone.

You were arrested for possessing books.

You killed your Fire Captain

Now what? YOU RUN! If you've lived a lie your whole life, what is real? Anything that regards books well What would you do if something you use commonly was made a public enemy?
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