Censorship In The Novel 'Fahrenheit 451'

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One man whose name was Mahatma Gandhi has said, “Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes” In my opinion I believe freedom is one of the most important things in life but I think most people take freedom for granted and unknowingly let it slip away as a consequence. It is not that difficult to guess that we have had a time when we said, “I can just do it sometime later” so we leave it for later, or we leave it for a while getting lazy and not even giving it a try so we eventually give up. If you had the chance to be the best you could be, why don’t you take it? For example, with the news daily reporting about threat of terrorism today, it 's more relevant to make sacrifice for the greater goods. Airplane security checks surely will take a longer time for people to wait but by taking the opportunity of checking its security will provide us with more stronger protection. The novel Fahrenheit 451 goes along with this theme of censorship. The society has the choice to decide the rules they think is necessary for them to have. Because of, they put censorship on books. Furthermore, books were banned but there were no certain reasoning and no one had ever clearly mentioned/explained the fact of why it concluded the way it did. Provided that, neither was there any agreement between anyone about books being restricted but instead, because people started to make their own assumptions it led to faulty and the misbeliefs in people deliberating
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