Censorship In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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In the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, the top three issues addressed in the novel are the negative effects of censorship of books, the relational gaps created due to technology, and . The first major issue that Bradbury addressed was the negative impact the censorship of books had on the people in Montag’s society. The banning of books allowed technology like television to replace them causing people to become ignorant of their surroundings. The valuable knowledge that books had to offer was being burned by the firemen in their society. In doing so, their society that once used to run on thought and questions was losing its ability to grow and learn through the exchange of ideas. The people in Montag’s society were now viewing the world
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