Communication In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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What’s a world without communicating? That is like asking what a birthday party is without cake. A world without there being a constant form of communication is a non functionable world. The World that montag lies in is barley functional. There is crime happening everywhere. There are multiple cases of suicides reported every night in Montag's city. If the world had talked about their problems instead of keeping the problems to themselves, then all these problems would most likely go away. Bradbury’s main point in the book Fahrenheit 451 is that Communication is the key to about everything. Think about it, if there were no form of communication, we wouldn't even be talking right now. No buildings would be built, no ideas would be made, and …show more content…

Most people in our world are happy. But also most people communicate with each other in our world. In Montag's world, no one talks about their problems. They all just hold back their problems and end up committing suicide. Everyone thinks that Clarisse is a strange woman because she actually likes to talk to people and read books. In their society, it is weird to communicate with people about problems and their emotions. For example, most women in the city are constantly watching their "family" in the parlor. Instead of watching the show, they could be gossiping ( not saying it’s a good thing).On page 6, Montag states, “You are an odd one, Haven’t you have any respect?”, Right here he is saying that she is weird because she is talking and asking so many …show more content…

If the rest of the world is just like Montag's city, than I’m sure that they did not communicate to resolve the war. If the nations would have communicated like most of the wars resolved today, then I’m sure that the city could have been saved. All of the lives that were lost could have been saved by just a simple word called communication. “Stuff your eyes with wonder, he said, live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories.”
Communication has a big affect in relationships, talking about problems, and fixing society. Bradbury’s main point is that communication is key to a functioning society.
Communication is the key to about everything. Think about it, if there were no form of communication, we wouldn't even be talking right now. No buildings would be built, no ideas would be made, and most importantly, the human race would have ended a long time ago. The people in Montag's society do not communicate. If they communicated, than the city wouldn’t have burned down. All the wives just sit at the parlor and watch their tv “family”. If the people in the society communicated, then less suicide attempts would occur. They need to talk out their problems instead of being indulged in their electronic devices. Communication is one of the most crucial things that our world depends on. Without communication, the would

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