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by Ray Bradbury

Novel of a dystopic future where the reading and the ownership of books is prohibited.

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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
"The themes of the book still have relevance. Bradbury portrays a society that demands contentment. Nothing is allowed to disturb the calm lives of the population. Books have been replaced by TV, sports, games, and other unchallenging pleasures."
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Author: Josh Lacey
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Author: Josh Lacey
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