Commentary On Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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Yesterday I learned that Ray Bradbury grew up rather poor. I also learned that Bradbury was not your typical boy. I believe that Bradbury put this quote in Fahrenheit 451 because he was different himself. In the first essay it states that he was born into family that once included a seventeenth-century Salem woman tried for witchcraft. It also describes the place where he wrote Fahrenheit 451. It was not a very common atmosphere to write a very famous book in. These statements prove that Bradbury was not a very typical writer, and this is why he put this quote in the book. To me this quote has a deeper meaning than appears. It means that it is ok to be different. In today 's society it is extremely easy for people to get swept away by trends
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