Banning Books In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, the main idea [MM2] of the novel is censorship and its effects. What the readers learn is a future for what society may turn into, which is a world that seems quite possible given the way the world is today. Bradbury shows how the banning of books, and thus free thought, can have dramatic and disastrous effects on society. He emphasizes how the government controls how people think and feel. Censorship and the ban on books becomes so extensive and is due to political incorrectness, the increase in technology, and the unhappiness it brings. The books in Fahrenheit 451 are banned for several reasons. One of main reasons books are banned is because they are thought to be politically incorrect and offensive
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