Censorship In Fahrenheit 451

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In Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 the author is trying to tell how important it is to have knowledge in a society where people are oppressive. In F451 books are banned in society and if you try to access that knowledge, your books will be burnt, and your house will be burned down by the fire fighters that burn down books and building of the owners who hold the books. On page 4 Montag the main character of F451 burns a house down along with books but realizes the old lady is still in the house holding the books Montag feels uncomfortable and starts to question society “there must be something in the books, things we can’t imagine, to make a women stay in a burning house; there must be something here”. This proves that something Is not right within society right now banning books which contains knowledge from people who have experienced life is not a good thing. Oppression is something we see everywhere but in Fahrenheit free though Is essentially prohibited, and activities are tightly organized, this is controlling which is a form of oppression controlling what people can do tightly and organized on page 11 Mildred attempts suicide by …show more content…

This proves how controlling the government is they do not want people roaming about interacting with each other because when that happens that’s when people will start to develop thoughts of questioning why they have these rules in set for

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