Anthem And Fahrenheit 451: Literary Analysis

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The societies of Anthem and Fahrenheit 451 prove to be a major obstacle in the lives of the main characters as they try to escape the strange lifestyles in order to discover new and unique knowledge. When compared to the societies of today, one can notice the significant differences primarily the restriction of free-thinking. In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury describes a society where censorship is supported and in Anthem, Ayn Rand portrays a society where collectivism dominates and free will is opposed. In both novels, the author emphasizes the impact of rules, collectivism, and censorship that hinder free-thinking and affect the main characters both externally and internally.
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